Wildlife Rehabilitator to Reveal Stories of Rescue

Wildlife Rehabilitator to Reveal Stories of Rescue

Wildlife Rehabilitator to Reveal Stories of Rescue

If you’ve ever wondered what goes into helping an orphaned baby squirrel, or what to do if you find an injured rabbit, join the Dorset Village Library on Thursday, August 29, at 6 p.m., when area wildlife rehabilitator Karen Rose, will be giving a presentation on her Monty’s House Wildlife Rehabilitation, named after a grey squirrel that she helped in 2018. Rose has lived in Shaftsbury since 2012, and has had a wildlife rehabilitator’s license through the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife to intake and rehabilitate small non-rabies vector mammals since October 2018. Rose has worked in the residential mortgage industry since 1995, and serves on the boards of Vermont Reading Partners and the Manchester Lions Club. She is also a children’s author, having written three books in the ‘Two Mountain Farm’ series. She shares her vintage farmhouse with her cat, Fenway, and any number of a variety of critters, depending on the day. Call the Library at 802-867-5774 for more information on her talk.