By Marie F. Estrada/Times-Herald staff writer
Monique Liguori, of the Suisun Wildlife Center, spoke in a gentle voice and said, “shh” to calm the excited crowd before her. When children in the front row quieted, a volunteer brought out a tiny owl, exciting the crowd once again.
“This is Milo, but I have to let you guys know, he isn’t a baby, he’s just reeeally small.”
Except for the children too young to understand the presentation, all in the audience were captivated by the owls, snakes, and Pogo the possum.