The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY has debuted its new documentary series, Wild Tales, with the first episode now live on its YouTube channel. The long-form videos feature the Adirondack animals that call The Wild Center home, along with the Animal Care Staff that take care of them.
Wild Tales gives a behind-the-scenes look into animals, such as fish, otters, birds and other creatures, held by The Wild Center. Each episode of the series averages 15 minutes and covers the day-to-day activities in the Animal Care department.
During the premiere event, The Wild Center screened the first two Wild Tales episodes inside its Flammer Theater. Episode one highlights the staff that care for these animals, while episode two features Norris the woodchuck going in for a surgery, and an inside look at an intriguing feather collection project.
The first episode is now available on The Wild Center’s YouTube channel. Each subsequent episode of season one will debut on Thursday evenings. Individuals are encouraged to subscribe to receive notifications when a new video is published.
More information about Wild Tales is available on the Wild Center website.
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