Squirrel Watch: Year 2 Preview

I’ll write more about this season’s squirrel adventures later, but for now I’ll just post a few pics to remind you why it is I love doing this!

I’ve also joined the fundraising committee for the Center. We’re currently planning our biggest annual fundraiser, Jewels in Flight. It’s going to be an evening event this year (previously it was a Sunday brunch) and we’re holding it at Hakone Gardens, a gorgeous Japanese tea garden in Saratoga. We’ll have tastings from five different wineries, a delicious buffet dinner, live music, a silent auction (including a gorgeous wildlife-themed custom made by my very talented and generous friend Liz!), and a special visit from some of our educational animals, including Fala, a rare albino crow. So I think the event is going to be really great.

It’s on Friday, May 30th from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., so if you’re in the Bay Area and would like to attend, you can download this PDF file for more information. If you can’t attend, but would like to make a donation to the Center, well, that would be greatly appreciated as well. 🙂

3 thoughts on “Squirrel Watch: Year 2 Preview

  1. carla

    Hi Elizabeth,
    OK, now those are poster pictures for squirrel homecare. Your eye for wildlife photography is really fantastic. How can anyone not appreciate what wonderful, playful, characters squirrels have after seeing those shots?

  2. Elizabeth

    Thanks Carla. That last one is my favourite. I hadn’t even realized I’d gotten that great “action” shot until I was reviewing my pics. I’m calling it, “Talk to the Hand.” 🙂

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