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SIDMOUTH: Bird lovers given chance to meet the experts at Donkey Sanctuary

Tuesday, 27 May 2014


BIRD lovers in Sidmouth will have another chance to see a “bird ringing” demonstration at the Donkey Sanctuary this week, and experts will be on hand to show visitors how the animals can be tracked and identified. A similar demonstration attracted enthusiasts of all ages last month, and the Donkey Sanctuary will be entertaining visitors again on Friday, May 30th for a breakfast event between 9am and 11am. Bird lovers will be able to enjoy a talk followed by a chance to watch licensed ringers in action. James Chubb, the Donkey Sanctuary’s wildlife expert, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity to get close to wild birds and to learn from the experts. There's no other way to get so close to wild birds, other than ringing. “This event is part of our wider work to promote the conservation and stewardship of the land entrusted to us.” To book a place on the demonstration, call 01395 573156.

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