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Updated: December 15, 2018 @ 6:56 am
A view of Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary is seen on Nov. 1.
One of the views from Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary is seen on Nov. 1.
Art is seen hanging on the tress of Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary.
A statue is seen Nov. 1 at the Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary.
The performance space at Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary as seen on Nov. 1 in Shushan.
A sign on the side of the performance space at Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary is seen on Nov. 1.
A view of a wetland on Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary as seen on Nov. 1.
A 'no trespassing' sign is seen posted on property at Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary on Nov. 1.
A wetland restoration project sign is seen on Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary on Nov. 1.
Bonnie Hoag (second from right), co-founder and director of Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary, stands with students from Union College, including Jay Isaacs (far right) in the fall of 2018.
The Manchester Music Festival Young Artists perform in 2014 at the Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary.
Union College students work on creek restoration in 2012 at Dionondehowa Wildlife Sanctuary. Sanctuary co-founder Geoffrey Ovington appears in red, third from the left in the back row, with Bonnie Hoag beside him.
SALEM — There’s a sanctuary, tucked away in the hamlet of Shushan, where Mother Nature nurtu…
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