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Georgia Department of Natural Resources biologist Pete Griffin holds an 8 1/2-pound, 16-year-old bald eagle at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center. Shot in the right wing, the bird underwent a partial wing amputation and is non-releasable. Griffin will bring the eagle to the Seventh Annual Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Plant Festival and Sale, as part of the DNR educational ambassador outreach program, on Sept. 29.

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Master Gardener festival features hundreds of plants for sale, wildlife shows, cooking demo

You don't have to have a green thumb to enjoy the Seventh Annual Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Plant Festival and Sale. In addition to the hundreds of plants, shrubs and trees for sale, the event, set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 29 at 1400 Parker Road, features wildlife

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