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Tuesday July 10th 2012

We were off the front lawn over the weekend due to large marquee being where the audience would normally go. Having said that, luck was still on our side, as I managed to recruit new members on most days in spite of the location and weather.

I don’t know whether I have mentioned that Andy Chafe left us a little while since. He is somebody I enjoyed working with immensely. I am happy to say that he hasn’t left completely, as he now works for Muncaster as marketing manager. Where we may still benefit from his endeavours. Andy still markets us through Muncaster. Steve Richardson has since, come to step into Andy’s shoes. We wish him all the best.

It’s nearly time to put some anklets on our newcomers to the flying team. As I write this blog, the keepers are kitting out one of the mews aviaries for ‘Dusk’ the juvenile European Eagle Owl. ‘Dusk’ has been busy ‘wrecking’ Vicky’s house over the past week, and needs room to exercise and learn how to use her body.

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Wulf
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