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Michele DeLuca/Staff FREED: A healed turkey vulture, rescued from a killing trap by Canisius College students Philip Shore and Katlin Griffin, kneeling on the rock, was released from his cage after being brought back to health by the Campbell Environmental Center in North Boston including (standing from left) founder Tim O'Day, center director, Charles Dishaw, and Tom Laska, 14, O'Day's grandson.

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