Mural unveiled at Felix Neck

The new mural by MVRHS students captures the biodiversity of Felix Neck. — Art by Aaron Teves, Jack Yuen, a

Visitors to Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary will notice a new mural covering the back of the main building, which depicts a bird’s-eye view of the sanctuary and the animals that call it home — everything from otters to owls.

The mural was designed and painted by high school students Aaron Teves, Jack Yuen, and Dayana Middleton, working under the direction of Sense of Wonder Camp director Pam Benjamin.

“This stunning mural makes Felix Neck even more beautiful and fun — visitors will really enjoy finding and identifying the animals that call the Island home,” Felix Neck director Suzan Bellincampi said in a press release. “I know that our education staff will use the mural to share local wildlife with Fern and Feather campers, school program participants, and visitors. We are thankful for the talent and community spirit of Aaron, Dayana, and Jack.”

The mural can be seen at Felix Neck daily between sunup and sundown.

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