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Wild day at North Island Wildife Recovery Centre

A WILD DAY: Resident black bear Knut pops his head out during North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre’s annual Family Day event which attracted hundreds of residents come to Errington on Saturday.  - CANDACE WU PHOTO
A WILD DAY: Resident black bear Knut pops his head out during North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre’s annual Family Day event which attracted hundreds of residents come to Errington on Saturday.
— image credit: CANDACE WU PHOTO

A WILD DAY: Resident black bear Knut pops his head out during North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre's annual Family Day event which attracted hundreds of residents come to Errington on Saturday.

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