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Families have been having a great time at PEEC’s Summer Family Evenings, 6:30-8 p.m. every Tuesday night. So far this summer kids and their parents have followed a map to find treasure, touched and taken home rocks that are millions of years old, and cuddled with baby goats.
July 9, families met with raptors and other rescued animals from the Wildlife Center.
The Wildlife Center in Española rescues and rehabilitates every kind of animal that needs their help. Most recently, they helped a baby bear cub that was found without its family during the Thompson Fire in the Jemez.
The Center contains a wildlife hospital and rehabilitation facility, educational space and a “Wild Walk”, exhibiting more than 35 animals that could not be released into the wild. Some of these animals came to PEEC with their handlers, who talked about the work the Wildlife Center does. All proceeds were donated to the Wildlife Center.
On July 16, families can learn to fly fish with Ti Piper.
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