Wildlife Rescue Center and Quogue Wildlife Refuge Hold Joint Benefit - 27 East

Wildlife Rescue Center and Quogue Wildlife Refuge Hold Joint Benefit

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Renee Allen from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge with  Rupert

Renee Allen from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge with Rupert

 a barn owl.

a barn owl.

Cheryl MacDougall from the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center with Jake the crow.

Cheryl MacDougall from the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center with Jake the crow.

Jim MacDougall from the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center with Sonia

Jim MacDougall from the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center with Sonia

 a red-tailed hawk.

a red-tailed hawk.

Joan DiMonda

Joan DiMonda

 Lee Cleary and Donna Clark

Lee Cleary and Donna Clark

 standing. Seated: Ginny Llewellen

standing. Seated: Ginny Llewellen

 Dean Andrews and Barbara Christianson.

Dean Andrews and Barbara Christianson.

authorStaff Writer on May 22, 2017
The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge hosted the joint benefit "Wild Things" on Saturday night at 230 Elm in Southampton Village. DANA... more

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