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WINTER WONDERLAND

PLAY DAY AT PARK EXPLORES CRITTERS’ COLD-WEATHER HABITS

Posted: January 16, 2013 at 1:19 a.m.

Lynn Sciumbato of Morning Star Wildlife Refuge introduces Igor, a turkey vulture. Sciumbato will be among the guests speaking this weekend at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area about how wild animals fare in cold weather.

We don’t care if it’s a little bit nippy, as long as we have a little sunshine,” said Steve Chyrchel, Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area park interpreter.

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Joe Neal leads birders on a quest for winter wildlife. He’ll speak on winter birds of Beaver Lake at 2 p.m. Saturday at an al...

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