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Omnibus #29

podcast icon Posted Wednesday, May 16, 2007. Total length: 34:16

Gil Bergen describes his experiences working at the South Side Sportsmen's Club from the late 1940s through the present. He details the development of the club from an exclusive hunting and fishing preserve  founded after the Civil War to today's Connetquot State Park Preserve.

"I would say we have ten percent of the wild birds that you had fifty years ago"
Gil Bergen

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