Volunteers At Michaud Celebrated While Learning About Wildlife Rehabilitation

FULTON – Volunteers at Michaud Residential Health Services were guests of honor at a special luncheon at the Tavern on the Lock Restaurant and all present had the opportunity to learn about wildlife rehabilitation taking place at Kindred Kingdoms in Pennellville.

Jean Soprano
<p>Jean Soprano, president of Kindred Kingdoms Wildlife Rehabilitation, speaks at a luncheon for the volunteers at Michaud Residential Health Services. Soprano talked about their efforts at rehabilitating injured owls and hawks in their care at the Pennellville facility. With her is a Barred owl that has been rehabilitated. </p>

“Each year we look forward to the opportunity to express our deepest thanks for all our volunteers do on behalf of our residents and have some fun and visit together; and everyone enjoyed our special guests.” said Activities Director Sue Parkinson. “Our volunteers play a vital role in the day to day lives of our residents and we are proud that they are part of our team. The time and energy they share only adds to the homelike environment our residents enjoy at Michaud.”

Making the event special was guest Jean Soprano, president of Kindred Kingdom Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the care and release of injured wildlife.

Jean Soprano spoke about their efforts rehabilitating owls and hawks that come into their care through a variety of ways.

Accompanying her were three species of owls and a hawk, each of which were displayed for those in attendance.

For more information on volunteering at Michaud Residential Health Services, please contact Sue Parkinson at 592-2009.