Wendy Winsted is the Site Coordinator for the Sulphur Creek Nature Center. Ms. Winsted graduated from Cal State Hayward with a BA in Environmental Studies and a minor in Anthropology. She has been involved with both Wildlife and Education for almost 20 years. She worked in Sulphur Creek’s Animal Hospital for about seven years before becoming the Director of Wildlife Education and then the Site Coordinator. Ms.Winsted will deliver her popular interactive presentation, "Woolly 'N Wild at Sulphur Creek Nature Center," with the help of some furry and feathered friends. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind Hayward Rotary Club exclusive event. It is sure to be *un-fur-gettable*
Presented by Wendy Winsted and Friends
Monday, June 5, 2017 at 12:00 noon 
Masonic Lodge, 1074 "B" Street, Hayward
Guests are welcome. Lunch is $20 at the door
Sulphur Creek Nature Center is Hayward's cherished nature center and wildlife rehabilitation center They are managed by the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. The center has facilities for taking in and providing medical and rehabilitation services for wild animals, including mammals and birds, and a small display of San Francisco Bay Area native reptiles and amphibians. The center is an educational site for local elementary schools. Small domesticated animals are available for home rental, while the center itself has free admission. The site is adjacent to Sulphur Creek, a tributary of San Lorenzo Creek. They treat up to 900 wild animals a year and installed a webcam for observing a barn owl family.