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Raptors19 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors19 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors19 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors20 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors19 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors21 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors22 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors20 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Mattapoisett Community Garden 8 viewsBob Nichols wants you to know that there are four available plots at the Mattapoisett Community Garden located at the corner of Prospect Road and Pine Island Road. The annual cost is $30 to cover general maintenance and water, and new gardeners, said Nichols, will find no shortage of fellow gardeners willing to help them get established. Photos by Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Community Garden 7 viewsBob Nichols wants you to know that there are four available plots at the Mattapoisett Community Garden located at the corner of Prospect Road and Pine Island Road. The annual cost is $30 to cover general maintenance and water, and new gardeners, said Nichols, will find no shortage of fellow gardeners willing to help them get established. Photos by Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Community Garden 7 viewsBob Nichols wants you to know that there are four available plots at the Mattapoisett Community Garden located at the corner of Prospect Road and Pine Island Road. The annual cost is $30 to cover general maintenance and water, and new gardeners, said Nichols, will find no shortage of fellow gardeners willing to help them get established. Photos by Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Community Garden 5 viewsBob Nichols wants you to know that there are four available plots at the Mattapoisett Community Garden located at the corner of Prospect Road and Pine Island Road. The annual cost is $30 to cover general maintenance and water, and new gardeners, said Nichols, will find no shortage of fellow gardeners willing to help them get established. Photos by Jean Perry
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