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Visiting Wildlife Puts ‘Nature’ in Natural Resources

Backyard browsing Striking a pose 'Natural' habitat Situated amid nearly 400 acres of scenic countryside south of Williamsport, Penn College’s Schneebeli Earth Science Center regularly attracts a variety of wildlife. Such was the case with Thursday morning’s visitor, who while apparently keeping watch over her nearby fawn just beyond the camera’s eye indulged a pair of School of Natural Resources Management employees who shared their unique vantage with PCToday.
Photos by Renee Y. Bitler, secretary to the assistant dean/library computer assistant, and Deborah C. Books, secretary to the dean

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