Marla Isaac showed a number of wild birds, including a young red-tailed hawk named Dan. Mark Alan Lovewell

Bright sunny skies and a light breeze and plenty of festivities made the Fall Festival at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary a popular destination Friday. Hundreds turned out for hay rides, children oriented programs and live music by the Flying Elbows. Though temperatures hovered around freezing, the spirit was warm and bright. Adults and children assembled holiday wreaths and bird feeders and enjoyed hot quahaug chowder.

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