Earth Rangers teach children about biodiversity

– Lucie Roy Photos

The Earth Rangers made a presentation at Notre Dame School Oct. 13. Animal handlers and presenters Josh Mazza and Julia Molnar (below) had with them four Animal Ambassadors: a red-tailed hawk named Hook, a prehensile-tailed porcupine named Quillow (below), a pine marten named Timber (above), and an American kestrel named Maverick. The kestrel is the smallest and most common falcon in North America.

Earth Rangers are dedicated to teaching children about biodiversity and inspiring them to develop sustainable behaviours by empowering them to become involved in protecting animals and their habitats.


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