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Hoo let the birds out in Oregon?

Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Karin Voy, of Hoo Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Durand, holds a barn owl Monday afternoon at Oregon High School. Volunteers from Hoo Haven were at the school to kick off the summer reading programs at the Mount Morris and Oregon public libraries.
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Voy displays an eastern screech owl. According to the mission statement on the Hoo Haven website, the center is “dedicated to rehabilitating and releasing, sick, injured and orphaned North American wildlife, and to educating individuals to the importance of the conservation of Mother Earth, to maintain the land, clean and beautiful for all.”
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Hoo Haven volunteer Lori Humphreys shows off a turkey vulture during an assembly for kindergarten through sixth-grade students.

Karin Voy, of Hoo Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Durand, holds a barn owl Monday afternoon at Oregon High School. Volunteers from Hoo Haven were at the school to kick off the summer reading programs at the Mount Morris and Oregon public libraries.

 

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