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Eagle release in Errington

EAGLE RELEASE: A young eagle was released back to the wild at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre Saturday afternoon by Buckerfield’s Andrew Gent. The Parksville store donates food regularly to the centre.   - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
EAGLE RELEASE: A young eagle was released back to the wild at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre Saturday afternoon by Buckerfield’s Andrew Gent. The Parksville store donates food regularly to the centre.
— image credit: LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO

EAGLE RELEASE: A young eagle was released back to the wild at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre Saturday afternoon by Buckerfield's Andrew Gent. The Parksville store donates food regularly to the centre.

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