A lot of the work I do in my community up here in the Pacific Northwest focuses on welfare for chickens. Each time I teach a class, I try to bring this subject in. It’s my belief that no matter how and why you choose to raise chickens, their welfare is an important piece of the work. After all, chickens have given humans so much. We kinda owe them, at the very least, a decent quality of life. This is why I love Critter Camp.
One of my best audiences is at the Whatcom Humane Society’s Critter Camp for kids. It’s definitely my favorite class. Mostly because it’s so encouraging to see young people so interested in animal welfare, and it’s good to know that they will go out and share what they’ve learned with the grown-ups in their lives. Oh, and did I mention that I get to meet lots of critters as well?
Critter Camp is so much fun. Please click the play button below to enjoy the next episode in the new series Chickenlandia Stories, Critter Camp for Kids and Chickens. Or visit my Welcome to Chickenlandia YouTube Channel by clicking here.
To learn more and/or to make a donation to the Whatcom Humane Society, click here.