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Touch-A-Truck0 viewsSaturday, May 13, was the rescheduled rain date for the Marion Recreation Department’s annual Touch-A-Truck event at Washburn Park. The weather wasn’t ideal, but it stayed dry long enough for kids to get in some climbing and crawling time with the big machines. Photos by Felix Perez
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Touch-A-Truck0 viewsSaturday, May 13, was the rescheduled rain date for the Marion Recreation Department’s annual Touch-A-Truck event at Washburn Park. The weather wasn’t ideal, but it stayed dry long enough for kids to get in some climbing and crawling time with the big machines. Photos by Felix Perez
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Touch-A-Truck0 viewsSaturday, May 13, was the rescheduled rain date for the Marion Recreation Department’s annual Touch-A-Truck event at Washburn Park. The weather wasn’t ideal, but it stayed dry long enough for kids to get in some climbing and crawling time with the big machines. Photos by Felix Perez
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Marion Natural History Museum13 viewsHarbormaster's office for the opportunity to visit the newly refurbished Bird Island. We had the opportunity to see terns, geese, ducks, cormorants, and oystercatchers, as well as a trip to the top of the lighthouse. We viewed the changes that have been made to the island to make it more hospitable to the arriving tern population, which will be looking for a nesting habitat. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum5 viewsHarbormaster's office for the opportunity to visit the newly refurbished Bird Island. We had the opportunity to see terns, geese, ducks, cormorants, and oystercatchers, as well as a trip to the top of the lighthouse. We viewed the changes that have been made to the island to make it more hospitable to the arriving tern population, which will be looking for a nesting habitat. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsHarbormaster's office for the opportunity to visit the newly refurbished Bird Island. We had the opportunity to see terns, geese, ducks, cormorants, and oystercatchers, as well as a trip to the top of the lighthouse. We viewed the changes that have been made to the island to make it more hospitable to the arriving tern population, which will be looking for a nesting habitat. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum8 viewsHarbormaster's office for the opportunity to visit the newly refurbished Bird Island. We had the opportunity to see terns, geese, ducks, cormorants, and oystercatchers, as well as a trip to the top of the lighthouse. We viewed the changes that have been made to the island to make it more hospitable to the arriving tern population, which will be looking for a nesting habitat. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsHarbormaster's office for the opportunity to visit the newly refurbished Bird Island. We had the opportunity to see terns, geese, ducks, cormorants, and oystercatchers, as well as a trip to the top of the lighthouse. We viewed the changes that have been made to the island to make it more hospitable to the arriving tern population, which will be looking for a nesting habitat. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Fox Pups4 viewsStephen Chicco snapped this photo of some fox pups on Converse Point.
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Fox Pups3 viewsStephen Chicco snapped this photo of some fox pups on Converse Point.
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Marion Natural History Museum21 viewsMany thanks to the Blue Hill Audubon's Trailside Museum and the Marion Cultural Council for the fun program last Friday night. Participants were able to get up close and personal with two very different looking Eastern box turtles, a spotted turtle, and a very long black rat snake. We also discussed timber rattlesnakes and how to properly pick up a turtle to help it get across the road safely. Be aware, they may get upset and emit some fluid onto your leg so best to hold at a distance from your body!
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Herring Run20 viewsHerring Inspector Davis Watling Jr. marks how many herring have returned to Snipatuit Pond via the Mattapoisett River on Monday, April 24. (Right) This is the final hurdle the herring must make before returning home to spawn the next generation of alewives. Photos by Jean Perry
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