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Snow And Rain Forest Don’t Mix

OSWEGO, NY – The Rain Forest was snowed out Wednesday night.

Hello

Hello

Understanding Wildlife brought its unique program to Oswego with day time shows at Kingsford Park and Frederick Leighton elementary schools for the students.

Mike Kohlrieser brought numerous animals.

Here, he manages to get a “Hello” from a parrot.

Unfortunately, the evening shows were canceled due to the severe winter weather.

Leighton teacher Beverly Murtha has a new wrap.

Leighton teacher Beverly Murtha has a new wrap.

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