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Event Notice -- Info Session on Solving Racoon Problems Effectively & Humanely

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March 4, 2015




The Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre presents “Help!!! There's a Raccoon in my Attic!!!”, an information session about how to solve raccoon problems effectively and humanely. The Master of Ceremonies will be Markus Schwabe, CBC Radio host, and features guest speakers Chris Blomme, biologist from Laurentian University, Dale Myslik, biologist from Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre, and Alicia Irwin, Co-ordinator of Wild at Heart. They will present valuable information about the habits of raccoons, how to deal with unwanted raccoons on your property, and how to avoid issues with raccoons. There will also be a question period to help you deal with your specific raccoon issues.

This event takes place on Wednesday, April 1 at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium at Lockerby Composite School, 1391 Ramsey View Court in Sudbury.

Free coffee and water will be provided and parking is free.

Donations are welcome at the door, with all proceeds going to the Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre.

For more information, contact Alicia Irwin,


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