Yesterday, Thunder Eagle Wildlife Organization in Dinwiddie County paid us a visit. Hurricane Team member, Zachary Lockhart shared, “Thunder Eagle’s visit was informative and interesting. I was really surprised when the first owl came out.” Yes, real live owls were inside the J.E.J. Moore lecture room. This group provides care and treatment of injured, orphaned or displaced birds and small mammals. Their primary goal is to support nature’s balance by compassionate care of wildlife, which is a BIG message or theme that is shared throughout our novel, Hoot. Please take a moment to ask your child what they learned from these fabulous speakers! AND a BIG HURRICANCE THANK YOU to all the parents who joined us for this event!
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