Foxes and turtles and bears, oh my!


Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.


Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.


Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.


Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.


Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.


Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2020/02/web1_Turtle.jpgPhotos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2020/02/web1_Fox.jpgPhotos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2020/02/web1_BearBath.jpgPhotos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2020/02/web1_Bear.jpgPhotos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.

Photos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2020/02/web1_Eagle.jpgPhotos by Anna Bolton | Greene County News Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Wiggle Worms brought 345 preschoolers to its headquarters Feb. 20 for a Build-a-Bear type event. Kids ages 2 to 5 visited a reimagined “wildlife sanctuary” where they rescued injured play critters, took the animals to the vet, gave them a bath and then fitted them with a green GCP&T T-shirt. Families also made a food chain for the critters and visited with animal ambassadors before heading home with their new friends.