EPPING — Nine years ago, Jane Kelly was struck with sadness as she drove along on Route 101 and came across 10 dead bard owls hit by cars over a two-month period.Kelly, then the owner of nine chain retail stores in the area, said the transformative experience of moving the dead birds off the highway so another animal wouldn’t get hit picking at them stuck in her mind. She later launched her new life as a raptor rehabilitator and educator at On the Wing, which she started out of her […]

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