The Environmental Resource Center’s 2019 Spring Science Series is set to conclude tonight, May 8, with a free, family-friendly presentation from Zoo Idaho.
Rachael Shearouse, Zoo Idaho’s curator of education, will lead the event, presenting on problems of conservation and ecology, and what the community can do to help. Her presentation will feature some of the zoo’s “animal ambassadors,” including a black-footed ferret, a box turtle and a gopher snake.
The Pocatello-based organization houses around 150 animals, fostering orphaned and injured creatures that would have perished in the wilderness.
This event will take place at The Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave. in Ketchum, at 6 p.m. Once again, this is free and open to audience members of all ages. Visit ercsv.org for more information.