Animal Embassy on the Village Green: Tales and Tails

Date: 07/30/2021
Time: 6:30 pm-7:30 pm

“Here on “Flying Pig Farm” it often feels like we live in a fairy tale. We have real life dwarfs, giants, and dragons, a turtle that catches fish with his tongue, an all-white peacock named Taj Mahal, and many other rare and beautiful creatures.
Our rescued/adopted animal ambassadors come to us with their own tales and many of them also have their own tails. Some of our animals use their tails as fly swatters, some use them to hold on tight, others use their tails to keep them warm at night. Some of our animals start off life with a tail and then lose it; others can regenerate one that has been lost. Join us and some of our unique creatures as we tell you the tale of Animal Embassy and our many tails.” Animal Embassy

Founded in 2002 by naturalist Chris Evers, Animal Embassy is dedicated to exotic animal rescue & adoption and environmental education. Animal Embassy specializes in hands-on, educational and interactive experiences, which enable children to connect with the natural world through live animal visits. Animal Embassy has rescued or adopted more than 500 exotic animals over the years and currently maintains over 100 non-releasable animals in educational exhibits, including small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, arachnids and insects. Pictured above is an African crested porcupine.

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