Posted Tuesday, June 6, 2006 9:27 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Several years ago local officials announced that world-famous animal handler Jim Fowler planned to build a wildlife park in Jackson County, but that famously fell through. Now Fowler and his partners in Parks and Wildlife Services have put a $50,000 deposit on 760 acres of land in Washington and Holmes County, and a safari park looks to be a go for those neighboring counties.
Read more from The Jackson County Floridan.
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