Course and Float and Snowy Owl
Well, I have to apologize for not posting for a short while. It’s been busy not with animal cases but with travel to teach the Basic IWRC course. I was fortunate to be asked to teach in Fort Lauderdale last week especially since our weather was a wee bit cold. I met a lot great people starting out in wildlife rehabilitation and excited to learn more in our field. Florida was warm and humid which is the complete opposite of Manitoba. Unfortunately it was a quick trip since we had another project to finish on the weekend. A Float.
This past weekend, PWRC built a float for the Santa Claus Parade in Winnipeg. We had a blast and I thought it turned out great. A big thank you to: Melanie K, Jennie C., George B, Garcea D, Megan R, Wes T, Val C, Shelley C, Fort Garry Fire Trucks, King’s Electric, Kate F, Peter F, Genevieve F, Shirley, Judy H, Wendy T, Brad B, Ben B, Ali B, Zakk T, Sheila S, Nadine P, Ashley G, Ryley, and Tao (the Great Horned Owl). Hopefully I haven’t forgotten anyone but we are truly thankful for your support. Without your help we couldn’t have done such a great job. Thanks so Much.
This coming weekend, I will be co-teaching the IWRC course in Winnipeg. The class is full so it should be a great time.
I forgot to mention we’ve received two snowy owls in the past two days. It’s a little strange to see them when we don’t have a lot of snow. First snowy was hit by a car and unfortunately didn’t make it and the second snowy is starving. Keep your fingers crossed.