Critter Management's Joe Maffo, with pole, and Mark Carinus try to flush remove an alligator from a storm sewer pipe in Hilton Head Plantation on Friday. The nine-foot-long female had been trapped in a pipe running beneath Seabrook Drive for some time. After it was captured, it was released back into the wild within the plantation.
Critter Management's Joe Maffo, with pole, and Mark Carinus try to flush remove an alligator from a storm sewer pipe in Hilton Head Plantation on Friday. The nine-foot-long female had been trapped in a pipe running beneath Seabrook Drive for some time. After it was captured, it was released back into the wild within the plantation. Jay Karr, The Island Packet
Critter Management's Joe Maffo, with pole, and Mark Carinus try to flush remove an alligator from a storm sewer pipe in Hilton Head Plantation on Friday. The nine-foot-long female had been trapped in a pipe running beneath Seabrook Drive for some time. After it was captured, it was released back into the wild within the plantation. Jay Karr, The Island Packet

To catch a gator

July 25, 2011 12:01 AM

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