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Wildlife Lover and Expert Martine Colette from the Wildlife Waystation, an L.A. Nonprofit Animal Sanctuary joined us live with animals native of SoCal wildlife that have been in the news a lot lately. Martine explained why these animals are invading neighborhoods, backyards, swimming pools, etc. She also talked about what to do and what not to do should you come face to face with any of these animals. The Wildlife Waystation is located in the Angeles National Forest. For more information, see the details below.

Wildlife Waystation
14831 Little Tujunga Canyon Road
Angeles National Forest
California, 91342-5999
(818) 899-5201
Wildlife Waystation Official Facebook Page

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