After nearly three years, it’s official.
With tears in her eyes, Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge Executive Director Carol “Stormy” Andersen jumped for joy watching as the last vehicle of the convoy from Okaloosa Island pulled into the refuge’s new home on Clopton Circle Nov. 10. In tow were the sick, injured and abandoned wildlife in the refuge’s care, a bevy of mammals, birds and reptiles.
Read the full article in the Nov. 14 issue of Navarre Press.
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