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Thursday 23rd October, 2014

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Wednesday 16th October 2013

We’re getting geared up for the Halloween Week at Muncaster. This is one of the biggest events of the year. The significant change is the fact that all the events will be free of charge once the entrance fee has been paid. As we have been doing for several years, we will be conducting ‘Spooky Owl Tours’ for the ‘stout and resolute of heart’. The Halloween Week at Muncaster starts on Saturday the 26th of October, and the last day will be Halloween; Thursday the 31st of October 2013. As was last year, this Halloween at the Owl Centre will be hosted by Steve Richardson and I. Come and visit us if you dare!

This will also be the last week of the 2013 visitor season. After that it will be the usual repair jobs as well as cleaning out all the nest sites ready for the 2014 breeding season. Saying ‘2014’ sounds pretty scary. At one stage, 2014 would have conjured up images of people in silver shell suits and flying saucers! I’m happy to say we haven’t quite got to that stage yet, but baring in mind the march of the seasons, I would like to tell you that we have a range of festive ‘owly’ Christmas cards for sale; £4.- for a pack of five, as well as brand new 2014 owl calendars. Anybody wishing to make use of this retail opportunity please contact the World Owl Trust office on 01229-717393 or go to the shop on www.worldowltrust.org

See you next week

Wulf

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