Wildlife Education with Bernadette Haufman

Her name is Bernadette Haufman and this is her passionate hobby!

Bernadette believes that children learn best when they can touch, hold and investigate things. Children, who have experienced the joy of kind and gentle interaction with animals, are more likely to become adults who care about protecting wildlife. My animals are common exotics but the kind that many don’t possess. Children are captivated by them and are excited to touch these animals, and learn about the wild animal specimens she presents.

This program is free to those of all abilities and is recommended for children of school level Pre- K and up. Due to the recent uptick with the Covid Virus, seating is limited to the first twenty and we must request that only one adult accompany a family or child.

This program is from 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on Saturday February 12, 2022 at the Fort Edward Free Library. Registration is required by contacting the library at 518-747-6743 or e-mail ftedirector@sals.edu

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