Free Wildlife Hero Training & New Volunteer Opportunity Here in NoCo!
"Tuned In to NoCo" Host, Ashlee Meehleis, speaks with the Founder of Northern Colorado Wildlife, Tallon Nightwalker, about their upcoming Wildlife Hero Training and Prospect Ponds Litter Clean-Up happening in January 2023.
This month, the Wildlife Hero Training with be held on January 14th from 12-1pm at the Northern Colorado Wildlife Center: 2637 Midpoint Dr, Suite E, Fort Collins, CO 80525. To register for Wildlife Hero Training, click here.
The Prospect Ponds Litter Clean Up will be held on January 21st from 10-12pm at the Prospect Ponds Natural Area. To sign-up as a volunteer, click here.
For more information about NoCo Wildlife and how to get involved, click here.
If you have come in contact with an animal in need call, 970-282-7822
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