A few weeks ago the Giving Jar featured an article on Nottingham Nature Nook and the efforts Cheryl and the Nook’s volunteers have done to help animals in need. We love the article! Check it out at http://blog.givingjar.org/charity-spotlight-nottingham-nature-nook/.
A huge thank you to Giving Jar staff for their excellent article!
What is Nottingham Nature Nook?
Nottingham Nature Nook is an organization for people interested in:
- Continually educating themselves and the general public about wildlife, especially those species with the most unintentional human/animal interaction: birds, deer, opossums, rabbits, raccoons, and squirrels.
- Supporting and aiding orphaned wildlife babies and injured adults through the use of wildlife rehabilitators.
- Educating the public as to when help is needed and when it is not, and what immediate steps to take.
- Providing educational group outings for all ages and programs especially structured for Boy/Girl Scouts.
You can read more about who we are and why we do what we do here.
If you are interested in meeting with us to discuss the how and why of wildlife safety and rescue, or to schedule a group outing, please contact Cheryl Connell-Marsh at 517-351-7304.
We are located right next to Nottingham Equestrian Center:
16848 Towar Ave
East Lansing, MI 48823