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Joe Ridler, left, helps Taden Heck, 5, with the construction of a wood duck house March 5 during the annual Habitat Day event at Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center near New London. The event is sponsored by Prairie Pothole Chapter of the Minnesota Waterfowl Association. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

Fifth annual Habitat Day held near New London

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A total of 98 wood duck houses were built during the fifth annual Wood Duck Habitat Day held the morning of March 5 at Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center near New London.

The event was sponsored by the Prairie Pothole Chapter of the Minnesota Waterfowl Association and was attended by an estimated 60 groups of people -- families, friends, clubs, etc.

Prairie Pothole Chapter members were on hand to help with construction of the houses.

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Sharon Bomstad
Sharon Bomstad is the features editor at the West Central Tribune in Willmar, Minn., and is the editor of the newspaper's lifestyle magazine Live it!, as well as the new business publication Business2Business. She has been an employee of the West Central Tribune for more than 30 years.
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