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Oct. 12 in Lecanto.
Instruction begins Oct. 14 in Madison.
First class begins Oct. 17 in Middleburg; second class begins Oct. 24 in Keystone Heights.
Oct. 24 & 26 in Callahan.
FWC Facts:Owls swallow small prey whole because they have no teeth. After 12 hours they cough up the feathers, bones and fur in a football-shaped pellet.
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