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Wilton Wildlife Festival gives an up-close look at nature

Rayanna Miller, 3 1/2, of Clifton Park, shows some tentative enthusiasm for a snapping turtle found at the Wildlife Festival at the Historic Camp Saratoga area of Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park on Sunday.
Rayanna Miller, 3 1/2, of Clifton Park, shows some tentative enthusiasm for a snapping turtle found at the Wildlife Festival at the Historic Camp Saratoga area of Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park on Sunday.
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Carina and Elena Schneider painted miniature wooden birdhouses with bright reds and blues. “We’re going to put birdseed in them,” said Carina, 6, who lives in Saratoga Springs. “We’re going to make sure no squirrels get in.” No squirrels were on the grounds of Historic Camp Saratoga on Sunday, but there were hundreds of children and adults. Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park’s annual Wildlife Festival gave visitors the chance to meet and greet nature and ...


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