Critter Management's Joe Maffo shows off a snake and an alligator during a "Lowcountry Critters with Joe Maffo" event at the Coastal Discovery Museum on July 9, 2014. The Hilton Head Humane Association has announced that it supports a petition to get Joe Maffo's DNR gator-wrangling contract reinstated.
Critter Management's Joe Maffo shows off a snake and an alligator during a "Lowcountry Critters with Joe Maffo" event at the Coastal Discovery Museum on July 9, 2014. The Hilton Head Humane Association has announced that it supports a petition to get Joe Maffo's DNR gator-wrangling contract reinstated. Jay Karr
Critter Management's Joe Maffo shows off a snake and an alligator during a "Lowcountry Critters with Joe Maffo" event at the Coastal Discovery Museum on July 9, 2014. The Hilton Head Humane Association has announced that it supports a petition to get Joe Maffo's DNR gator-wrangling contract reinstated. Jay Karr

Petition supporting gator wrangler Maffo gains steam

July 09, 2014 08:42 PM

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