Giving thanks at the B.C. Wildlife Park

Above: William Evans, Sierra Jackson, Mias Awara and Diamond DeCoin celebrated Sierra's seventh birthday with a Thanksgiving Day visit to the B.C. Wildlife Park.

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Below: South Thompson Inn owners David and Julie Patriquin are big supporters of the B.C. Wildlife Park and visited on Thanksgiving Day with staff members (from left) Queenie Lai, Julie Ratcliffe and Katelyn Bissat to help with a pie-making contest.

Bottom: Willow and Rory Fulcher listen intently as they learn about turtles during a Thanksgiving Day visit to the B.C. Wildlife Park.

BC Wildlife Park
BC Wildlife Park
Source: Allen Douglas
 
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