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Wild animals at Atherton library

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet, Almanac staff writer, on Jul 2, 2007

Monday, July 9, 2007 at 4 p.m., Wildlife Associates will
present a wild animal program entitled "California Wild" for kids
ages 5 and up. A variety of animals such as a bobcat, red fox,
great horned owl, coyote and red-tailed hawk will be
featured.

"This wildlife program connects kids to nature and to
all living creatures on our planet in a way that is more positive
and respectful than any other of its kind!" says Warren
Anderson of Santa Cruz Children's School.

This program is free and is sponsored by the Friends of the
Atherton Library.

The library is located at 2 Dinkelspiel Station Lane in Atherton.
Visit our website at www.smcl.org for information on this and
other programs. Or call the library at 650-328-2422.

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