Mary Ellen Rogers, shown holding a kestrel, who founded the Sea Biscuit Wildlife Shelter on Oak Island, which helps about 350 injured and orphaned birds a year, will visit at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Museum of Coastal Carolina, in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., to talk about some of the migrating water birds and raptors seen from the shelter.
Mary Ellen Rogers, shown holding a kestrel, who founded the Sea Biscuit Wildlife Shelter on Oak Island, which helps about 350 injured and orphaned birds a year, will visit at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Museum of Coastal Carolina, in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., to talk about some of the migrating water birds and raptors seen from the shelter. By John Ennis Courtesy photo
Mary Ellen Rogers, shown holding a kestrel, who founded the Sea Biscuit Wildlife Shelter on Oak Island, which helps about 350 injured and orphaned birds a year, will visit at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Museum of Coastal Carolina, in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., to talk about some of the migrating water birds and raptors seen from the shelter. By John Ennis Courtesy photo

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