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OUTDOOR JOURNAL

Groton St. Forest, Dead Creek Wildlife Day

  • Aired: 04/08/2008
  • 26:38
  • Rating: NR
Marianne Eaton visits one of Vermont's natural gems: 28,000-acre Groton State Forest. Dead Creek Wildlife Day, held every October in Addison, Vt., celebrates the state's migratory bird population. Lawrence Pyne and some young hunters go after gray squirrels in the woods of Addison County.
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