Why Wildlife Matters

Friends of Cape Wildlife & Napi’s Restaurant Present


With Kathy Zagzebski & Stephanie Ellis

Wednesday May 23rd at 7pm
Upstairs at Napi’s
7 Freeman St.
(Donations gratefully accepted)

We  encourage you to arrive at 5 pm and enjoy Napi’s special early bird dinner.
Wildlife often goes unnoticed, taken for granted, or thought of as pests. 
In our busy lives, we forget how much we depend on wildlife to maintain 
balance in the natural world, and how much our wild neighbors depend 
on us to protect and preserve them and their habitats. Learn about direct 
human impacts on wildlife and how each of us can reduce our footprint 
and co-exist with our wild neighbors. 
Join us for this informative talk!
Kathy Zagzebski is the President and Executive Director of the National Marine Life Center in Bourne. 
She holds a Masters from Duke University, is a member of the Society of Marine Mammalogy, 
and sits on the board of the Massachusetts Marine Educators’ Association.  
Stephanie Ellis is the Executive Director of Wild Care
a wildlife rehabilitation hospital located in Eastham. 
Stephanie has an enormous wealth of knowledge and 
passion for avian rehabilitation and conservation.
For questions call (508) 375-3700 or write friends@friendsofcapewildlife.org