Jamestown Area Nature Center Cuts Ribbon On New Wildlife Habitat

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JAMESTOWN – A Jamestown area nature center has cut the ribbon on a new Wildlife Habitat.

The Audubon Community Nature Center on Riverside Road dedicated the new exhibit after Pamela Westrom, a Jamestown native and environmentalist.

The Lenna Foundation, Scott Electric, and the Cummins Foundation helped pay for the improvement, which sits next to the popular Liberty Bald Eagle exhibit.

While the interior of the building is complete, there remains a few final improvements before residents can move in.

In the end, the center hopes to host several different bird species, with the exhibit opening sometime next year.


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