Things can get pretty wild at the Horn, but on this day we will have real, live wildlife. Staff and wildlife ambassadors from the May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, based at Lees MacRae University, will be visiting the Daniel Boone Park beginning at 5:00pm. Your free child receives a free ticket when you purchase your tickets before 6:30.
The Center annually admits more than 1,500 injured and orphaned wildlife patients from the western part of North Carolina. Regardless of species, staff and students aim to provide outstanding care for every patient that comes through the doors.
Under the guidance of Director Nina Fischesser and veterinarian Dr. Amber McNamara, students simultaneously contribute to the success of the rehabilitation program while engaging in a one-of-a-kind, hands-on learning experience.