Free Wildlife Festival at Wagner Ranch Nature Area Set for April 28

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A young guest searches for critters during the Bug Hunt at last year’s festival.

    Free Wildlife Festival at Wagner Ranch Nature Area Set for April 28
Exotic parrots, baby goats, honey bees and a collection of other creatures of the wild are set to come face-to-face with local families this month at the annual Wildlife Festival at Wagner Ranch Nature Area.
    The festival, a kid-friendly event, will feature numerous stations and activities designed to teach children about nature. Activities include a scavenger hunt in the garden for tots under five, arts and crafts, and nature and history tours. In addition, Doc Hale, the “Mountain Lion Whisperer,” will talk about local sightings.
    Attendees may bring a picnic, or indulge in food truck fare by El Gran Taco Loco, the Guy’s Tri Tip, Mini Street Burger and Izzy A’s Custard.
    The festival takes place Sunday, April 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 350 Camino Pablo. Carpools are encouraged. No pets, except service dogs, are allowed. Admission is free.
    The festival is sponsored by Friends of Wagner Ranch Nature Area, a nonprofit that aims to keep outdoor education programs alive at Wagner Ranch Nature Area. For more information, go to www.fwrna.org.

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