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Biologist sings story of Washington’s wildlife at Tonasket gathering

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On Feb. 7, wildlife biologist Ken Bevis will provide an entertaining evening of stories, photos, songs and science to get a closer understanding of some of Washington’s fish and wildlife ... sometimes from the viewpoint of the critters themselves!

This family-friendly program — part of the Highlands Wonders educational series sponsored by the nonprofit Okanogan Highlands Alliance — will take place at the Community Cultural Center of Tonasket, 411 S. Western Ave. It will be fun for all ages, and children are welcome. Species to be featured in this presentation include: bull trout, Chinook salmon, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, snowy owls, black bear, sandhill crane and more.

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