Wild and Free Program on tap June 23 at Crosslake Historic Log Village
Program to focus on wildlife rehabilitation.
Bob and Char Wrobel will talk about the Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation program at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, at the Crosslake Historic Log Village.
The Wrobels are part of the nonprofit program that is involved with rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned and injured wildlife. This is accomplished through cooperation of concerned citizens and the Department of Natural Resources. They provide rescue, medicine, surgery and physical therapy leading to the release of wildlife into their natural habitat.
Doctors are licensed wildlife rehabilitators through both the DNR and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The public is invited to the program that will be held in the Learning Livery.