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Published: 7/13/2013


Back to the Wild presentation

The Perrysburg Recreation Department at sponsored an animal camp at the Perrysburg Recreation Center at the Municipal Park Friday, July 12, 2013. Workers with Back to the Wild, a wildlife rehabilitation and education center, brought animals to visit with youngsters. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Back to the Wild worker Heather Yount pets a Barred Owl as children ages 8 to 12 watch a the special presentation. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Back to the Wild worker Heather Yount pets a Barred Owl as children ages 8 to 12 watch a the special presentation.
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A Barn Owl visits youngsters at Perrysburg Municipal Park with Back to the Wild workers. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Barn Owl visits youngsters at Perrysburg Municipal Park with Back to the Wild workers.
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Grant Petteys, 6, left, Carter Petteys, 9, center, and Luke Manges, 9, right, react to the presentation by Heather Yount, staff supervisor with Back to the Wild during a special animal camp sponsored by the Perrysburg ecreation department. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Grant Petteys, 6, left, Carter Petteys, 9, center, and Luke Manges, 9, right, react to the presentation by Heather Yount,...
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Heather Yount, staff supervisor with Back to the Wild shows plastic and a jar of items that can injure or kill wildlife. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Heather Yount, staff supervisor with Back to the Wild shows plastic and a jar of items that can injure or kill wildlife.
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Heather Yount, staff supervisor with Back to the Wild, not pictured, shows a caged flying squirrel to the children. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Heather Yount, staff supervisor with Back to the Wild, not pictured, shows a caged flying squirrel to the children.
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A Barn Owl with eyes the visitors at the presentation. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Barn Owl with eyes the visitors at the presentation.
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Anna Tevald, 9, left, and Berkley Mackey, 9, right, react to seeing a flying squirrel at the Back to the Wild presentation. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Anna Tevald, 9, left, and Berkley Mackey, 9, right, react to seeing a flying squirrel at the Back to the Wild presentation.
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Back to the Wild staff supervisor Heather Yount shows a Eastern Screech-Owl, to kids at the presentation. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Back to the Wild staff supervisor Heather Yount shows a Eastern Screech-Owl, to kids at the presentation.
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A Barred Owl spreads its wings as Back to the Wild worker Heather Yount talks about the animal. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Barred Owl spreads its wings as Back to the Wild worker Heather Yount talks about the animal.
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