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Post  littlewid on Sun Oct 20, 2013 5:54 pm

A friend told me about this lovely owl place today and I couldnt believe its just 5 mins up the road from me. Obviously I am going to organise a visit and my mum is really keen to come as well, she also adores Owls, they also have some Harris Hawkes there. I have posted the link so you can check it out and see all the beautiful owls they have. I believe it only costs about £30 for the first person and then £5 for each subsequent visitor. They also take the owls out to all sorts of events.
Check it out guys it looks fab and my friends pictures from today are wonderful, I am going to try and get there before christmas but I suppose it depends on their bookings.

http://www.owlsabouttown.co.uk/

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Post  Laikipia on Sun Oct 20, 2013 6:17 pm

  Littlewid, what a great place. I really hope you can visit and get lots of photos. I just had a look at the gallery and just love the selection of resident owls and their superb names!

Thanks for sharing.

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Post  Doogs on Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:03 pm

That looks brilliant place LW and right up your street (well road Very Happy ) You'll have to indulge in the 'hands on experience' that looks really good fun. Hopfully you and your mum can get there soon Owl

A number of years ago Ian and I flew Harris Hawkes in the woods and they hunted for rabbits. Not the kind of thing you would expect me to enjoy but the birds were only doing what they would do naturally so that's why it didn't bother me, it was quite an experience. I did draw the line at wanting to see how to skin a rabbit, that was not for me No
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Post  whitestarling on Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:55 pm

scratch Dont know why, but for some reason I cant see the link properly it wont scroll down. But it sounds like a great place to go, and I'm sure you'll enjoy it

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Post  littlewid on Mon Oct 21, 2013 11:04 pm

Im not sure why the link didnt work for you WS, maybe just try googling owls about town and it will come up for you.

Sounds as if you and Ian had a fab experience doogs. We have a Harris Hawk that flys round the hospital in the mornings to keep the seagulls and pigeons away being on the seaside.
I will definitely be going, I was going to phome tonight when I got in but got held up for ages with sky Mad 

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