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December 16, 2009 > Sulphur Creek docent training

Sulphur Creek docent training

Submitted By Wendy Winsted

Do you enjoy interacting with people or are you interested in learning to work with wildlife? Join the enthusiastic team of wildlife docents at Sulphur Creek! Docents play a vital role in educating people about the wildlife around them and inspiring ways to peacefully coexist.

As a docent, you will learn the natural history of local wildlife, how to handle domestic and wild animals, and to use professional interpretive techniques to convey your knowledge and enthusiasm to others. Docents help connect the community to wildlife by participating in school programs, hospice programs, festivals, and special events.

Training is offered only once a year and will begin January 5, from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., for four consecutive Tuesday evenings. Registration is $60 and includes a t-shirt, nametag and training materials. Applications may be picked up at Sulphur Creek, or call (510) 881-6747 for more information. Sulphur Creek Nature Center is located at 1801 D Street, Hayward.

Sulphur Creek Nature Center Docent Training
Tuesdays: January 5, 12, 19 and 26
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Sulphur Creek Nature Center
1801 D Street, Hayward
Information: (510) 881-6747

$60 registration for four sessions includes t-shirt, nametag and training materials.

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