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Woodcroft Wildspace

Woodcroft

London     

N21 3QP

FALCONRY DAY AT WOODCROFT WILDSPACE SEPT. 14TH 2008
with Ralph Costello and his birds of prey
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We attracted quite a crowd! Photo: Dawn Kandekore

 

One of the activities we presented.
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
Demonstrating home composting.
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Boys Brigade were with us.
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
Showing our Site Plan
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
Showing our Site Plan
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
Ralph Costello gave talks about the birds at intervals
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
Ralph with his Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
Ralph with his Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
Ralph with his Harris Hawk
Photo: Mary Askew
Ralph with his Harris Hawk
Photo: Mary Askew
Ralph with his Harris Hawk
Photo: Mary Askew
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Mary Askew
The Harris Hawk
Photo: Mary Askew
The Kestrel
Photo: Mary Askew
The Kestrel
Photo: Mary Askew
The Barn Owl
Photo: Dawn Kandekore
The Barn Owl
Photo: Mary Askew
The Barn Owl
Photo: Mary Askew
The Barn Owl
Photo: Mary Askew
The Barn Owl
Photo: Mary Askew

This event was very well attended and attracted much interest. The Harris Hawk demonstrated its flying skills at regular intervals. The beautiful soft feathered Barn Owl was very tame and just loved to be stroked. Stroking it was very popular with the children. The kestrel was a rescued bird and could only be viewed as its temperament was not suitable for handling. Many thanks to Ralph for providing this attraction and thanks to the organisers and helpers who made this event so successful.

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