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Alert the Media! Enterprise Heritage Center & Museum Extends Doug's Photo Exhibit An Additional Two Weeks!

Great news, everyone, especially if you haven't yet had a chance to check out Doug Little's fantastic photography exhibit at the Enterprise Heritage Center & Museum. This popular exhibit has been held over for an additional two weeks, so you still have time to stop by the museum, located at 360 Main Street in Enterprise, and see for yourself just how stunning Doug's photos are. The exhibit is free, but this wonderful little museum gratefully accepts donations.

To whet your appetite, here are a few of the kinds of things you'll see (and be able to purchase) on display through the 15th. Doug also has his notecards and calendars available for purchase as well.

 

 
Nothing Like a Bald Eagle Keeping Guard, Is There?
(Haliaeetus leucocephalus)

 


Black -crowned Night Heron Looking For Lunch
(Nycticorax nycticorax)

 


A Stunningly Gorgeous Photo of a Glossy Ibis
(Plegadis falcinellus)

 


"Birds, birds, birds. It's AAAALLLWAYS birds!"
(Alligator mississipiensis)

 


"
Yeah! What am I? Chopped liver?"
(This is where the Latin name usually goes, but honestly, I don't know this one. *Blush*)

 


And On That Note, A Great Blue Heron Takes Wing!
(Ardea herodius)

 

Be Sure to Stop by the Museum and Take a Look at Doug's Fantastic Work!
Then Plan an Outing on the River with Doug and Captain Dooley,
So You Can Enjoy Seeing All This Wonderful Wildlife Yourself.
You'll Be Glad You Did!
See You Next Week!

 

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