GREEN BAY, Wis. — Easter fun awaited visitors at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary on Saturday.
It's the 30th year of an event where kids and families can come and get involved in an Easter egg hunt, eat some candy, and see some of the animals at the sanctuary.
Officials said that it's a good way for them to continue other events throughout the year.
"It's awesome for us," Kim Diedrich said. "We do charge a small fee, and that goes back to our friends of the wildlife sanctuary, and then we can use those monies to put on other great programs."
Diedrich said that they maxed out their two sessions today, with 90 people attending both.