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We go owl banding with Rodney Olsen, an instructor for the Diversified Occupation Program. It’s not every day that a Vermont student has the opportunity to capture owls. But for kids in Addison County's Diversified Occupations Program, capturing and banding raptors is a regular part of a science curriculum that stresses "knowledge gained through experience."
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