Animals that don’t normally get along, getting along quite well. Jennifer Holland, author of the NYT bestseller
Unlikely Friendships: 47 Remarkable Stories from the Animal Kingdom
and a contributing writer for National Geographic magazine, is coming to the Howard County Conservancy this Sunday the 24th to give a program for families and those young at heart who love animals.
A cat and a bird. A mare and a fawn. An elephant and a sheep. A snake and a hamster. Pictures and stories, behind the scenes tales of her adventures as well. Here is the link to the flier for the event.
The cost is $10 a family and the admission supports the conservancy’s education programs held all year long. What unlikely friendships do you know? Do you have any pictures? Bring them to add to the fun and the discussion.
Are my blue jay and squirrel unlikely dining companions?
They probably are just tolerating one another.
Besides this event on Sunday, next week the volunteer training begins for us for the spring school programs. If training and hiking begins, can spring be far behind?