Joe Maffo, president of Critter Management Inc., shows off the nearly 7-foot-long, 100-pound alligator he captured in December 2009 at Walmart on Hilton Head Island. Maffo will be conducting informal presentations in April 2014 at the Coastal Discover Museum to introduce visitors to island wildlife.
Joe Maffo, president of Critter Management Inc., shows off the nearly 7-foot-long, 100-pound alligator he captured in December 2009 at Walmart on Hilton Head Island. Maffo will be conducting informal presentations in April 2014 at the Coastal Discover Museum to introduce visitors to island wildlife. Photo by Cathy Carter Harley, The Beaufort Gazette
Joe Maffo, president of Critter Management Inc., shows off the nearly 7-foot-long, 100-pound alligator he captured in December 2009 at Walmart on Hilton Head Island. Maffo will be conducting informal presentations in April 2014 at the Coastal Discover Museum to introduce visitors to island wildlife. Photo by Cathy Carter Harley, The Beaufort Gazette

Coastal Discovery Museum to host critter event with Maffo

March 23, 2014 09:29 AM

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