Saturday, March 10, 2012, the Wildlife Waystation attended the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Environmental Education Fair at the Arboretum. The event promoted building a greener tomorrow, and our setup theme was learning how to co-exist peacefully with native wildlife.
Many of our native animal ambassadors attended this event, including: Sedona the coyote, Barny the barn owl, Elmer the skunk, Mr. O the opossum, and a few of our snakes! We hope that by teaching the public that co-existence is extremely important, we can help preserve the future of our world.
The event location was in the beautiful city of Arcadia, in the middle of the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. There were trees, fountains, and peacocks galore! Being a very popular place for weddings and receptions, I highly recommend visiting next time you’re in the area. In the meantime, keep an ear out for our next special event, so you can come learn about our amazing animals and facility!