NH Audubon center to host traveling serval kitten

Serval Cat comes to Prescott Farm
Friday, January 19, 2007 Regional Briefs

LACONIA — New Hampshire Audubon’s Prescott Farm Center will play host tomorrow to some live wildlife, including an uncommon African Serval Cat.

“The Serval Cat is the only regularly traveling exotic cat with any zoo in northern New England today, and it is an exceptional opportunity for the public to get to meet her as a 6-month old kitten,” said Derek Small, founder and director of Wildlife Encounters, LLC. “A variety of Wildlife Ambassadors will be coming to Prescott Farm Audubon Center to show their special gifts of protection and defense.”

The Serval Cat, along with a host of other live critters, will be part of a “Master’s of Survival” program. The program starts at 1 p.m., at the Samuel Pardoe Building at center. For more information about this program or to register, please call the Prescott Farm Audubon Center at 366-5695.

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