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Animal School at Area Farmers Markets!

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A few weeks ago, the Wildlife Educators Coalition made an appearance at the annual ColorBrightonGreen Eco-Fair.  We set up a booth, Hiawatha the Umbrella Cockatoo entertained and I gave howling demonstrations as Howler the Wolf.  Despite some rainy and windy weather, we had a good time.  This event was happening in conjunction with the Brighton Farmers Market, who seemed to enjoy seeing Howler mingling and howling with market patrons.

The market is run by the good people at Impact Earth, whom invited us to attend four of the other markets they manage. We visited the Pittsford and Charlotte markets thus far, and we’ll be visiting the Churchville Market on Tuesday, June 28th from 330 to 7 and the Macedon Market on Wednesday, June 29th from 2 until 6. We will also make some appearances at all five of these markets over the summer and fall, so stay tuned for dates and times!

So come out and say hello to Howler as he gives some howling demonstrations and get the scoop about our paws-on programs as well as the Wildlife Educators Coalition/Publishing as a whole.

Stay tuned and stay wild!

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I'm a geek for music whether it be on vinyl, CD, 78 or whatever. My goal is to sniff out the greated music on Earth, specializing in the obscure. I make music myself as well, mostly ambient and sound collage (1 album out and a few remixes so far). I work full time as a professional mascot (it pays the pills) but will soon retire, i hope.

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