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You can now carve a pumpkin, and donate it to an animal

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You can now carve a pumpkin, and donate it to an animal.

There's a program based out of Fontana Park Wildlife in Hazelton, where you can carve a creative pumpkin and fill it with tasty treats for their wildlife. This includes raccoons, fox, bison, ducks, crow, bear, turkeys, and rabbits.

The pumpkins will be placed in the animals' enclosures for a treat.

You can preregister by email at fontanapark@iowatelecom.net or at (319) 636-2617

Groups of 8 or more will be asked to bring a pumpkin for every 3-4 people. You can also supply treats such as pears, grapes, watermelon, ear corn, lettuce, other fruits, eggs, unsalted peanuts in the shell, acorns, peanut butter, or unsalted sunflower seed in the shell.

Not all pumpkins will be will be fed to animals on October 29th, some will be fed on following days.

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