Tuesday September 4th 2012
I did well in getting new members last week. I’ve often found this at this time of the year; after the school holidays the audiences change, and often become more receptive to the conservation message which is put across at ‘Meet The Birds’. This has probably put the ‘calabash’ on it for the rest of the season now!
The juvenile Tawny Owl in the Breeding Ground has been released, and is at present being weaned off the food that is being put out for it. This has been done by our Conservation Officer Millie Clarke, but falls to me today, as Millie is off for the day. It’s always a little worrying when we release a bird, as there are no guarantees when they’re back in the wild again. Like everything else out there, they have to take their chances.
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