Whoo is lobbying on behalf of homeschoolers in Virginia’s General Assembly?

VaHomeschoolers’ Government Affairs team, that’s who! While they were “walking the halls,” speaking to legislators about this year’s homeschool sports access bills, VaHomeschoolers lobbyist Scott Price and Government Affairs Director Amy Wilson were lucky enough to meet this adorable little screech owl at the General Assembly Building. The little fella was there doing his own lobbying, as an ambassador for Virginia wildlife on behalf of the Virginia Living Museum.
If you have never been to the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, it’s a wonderful place with indoor educational displays and outdoor habitat space housing native Virginian species.
To learn more about this field trip opportunity, check out their website: http://www.thevlm.org/
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