Jerry Berebitsky walks through the maze of life-like animal creations Feb. 14 as he and a workforce of community volunteers move into the new Procession of the Species studio on Water Street in Olympia.
Jerry Berebitsky walks through the maze of life-like animal creations Feb. 14 as he and a workforce of community volunteers move into the new Procession of the Species studio on Water Street in Olympia. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Jerry Berebitsky walks through the maze of life-like animal creations Feb. 14 as he and a workforce of community volunteers move into the new Procession of the Species studio on Water Street in Olympia. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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