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Wildlife center offers training

Injured birds and squirrels and bears oh my!

Want to help them?

The Lake Tahoe Wildlife Center is conducting its 23rd annual training seminar this weekend for people interested in helping hurt animals get back on their feet.

Raise, rehabilitate and release is the title of the two-day seminar, conducted by Cheryl Millham, executive director and founder of the wildlife center.

Volunteers can perform many tasks ranging from fund raising to adopting injured animals.

Millham said the seminar usually trains 50 people.

The class fee of $40 covers lectures Saturday at the Elks Club and lunch and sessions Sunday at the wildlife center.

Millham said there are only a few spaces left. Participants must be 16 or accompanied by an adult.

The wildlife center offers volunteers three shifts a day at the center as well as other opportunities that can be performed at home.

For further information, call Tom or Cheryl Millham at (530) 577-2273.

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