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WildCare/Copperfield's with Sequoia the northern spotted owl

August 7, 2022
5:00 pm
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Join WildCare on Sunday August 7th at 5 pm for an exclusive event with author Rachel Griffin and our local Northern Spotted Owl, Sequoia!

About this event

Sequoia is one of WildCare's 14 Wildlife Ambassadors -- non-releasable wild animals who provide the invaluable opportunity for the public to learn about many incredible native species and view them up close.

Rachel is a New York Times bestselling young adult author, who’s sophomore novel for teens comes WILD IS THE WITCH, goes on-sale August 2nd.

Rachel will be joining WildCare's Dr. Ryane Logsdon host a Q&A about Northern Spotted Owls, their habitat, care, and WildCare's important work.

Sequoia is the exact species of the owl featured in Rachel Griffin’s, WILD IS THE WITCH! There is a special pre-order campaign for WILD IS THE WITCH, where part of the proceeds of every single preorder will go toward supporting Sequoia.

**Copies of WILD IS THE WITCH and Rachel’s debut, THE NATURE OF WITCHES, will be available for purchase from Copperfield’s Books at the event.

ABOUT WILDCARE

WildCare in San Rafael, CA, delivers world-class medical care in their open admission wildlife hospital, together with exceptional environmental education, community engagement, and effective advocacy for the protection of wildlife and our shared habitat. WildCare envisions a future in which humans are committed stewards of the natural world and transform conflict with wildlife into coexistence. Visit them online at https://discoverwildcare.org

ABOUT SEQUOIA:

Sequoia was brought to WildCare when she was a fledgling in 2005. She had been found on the ground in Larkspur unable to fly, with an injured left wing that resulted in the inability to fly silently -- a necessity for hunting prey. Because of this, Sequoia is not releasable. Her calm temperament and ease with living near humans makes her a truly wonderful Wildlife Ambassador, and through WildCare, Sequoia has been an integral part of educating countless adults and children about wildlife and the local ecosystem.

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