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Feadon Farm


Last week we visited this amazing place with the home ed group...

Feadon Farm is a wildlife centre attached to a holiday park near Portreath in Cornwall.

They take care of the neighbouring woodland & it's inhabitants.
As well as lots of mainly British wildlife at the centre..

Sime wanted this farty photo on...

This is the inside of a hollow tree...

At the top of the woodland is quite a nice view.
As well as the centre's wild meadow...

Gary is the main guy & he likes inspecting dung...

And seeing what creatures are around.
Under this piece of tin was a vole in it's nest, but it ran before everyone took their photos...

Snails shelter from the sea breeze...

Back at the centre - Harris Hawks...

Hazel the Squirrel...

A Grass Snake...

Which took a liking to Sime...

A Field Mouse...

A Rat...

And the animals we were looking forward to seeing - Foxes...

Meadow is feeding & Copper is behind her...

And Todd was hiding...

Beautiful!

Lunchtime in rather nice surroundings...

Then we did some bird flying...

Sly - The Barn Owl...

Sweet Boy...

Chunk - The Eagle Owl...

A magnificent bird...

Who liked showing off...

Harry - The Harris Hawk...

Who also liked to impress...

Maggie - The Magpie...

Ferrets...

Lowen - The Reindeer


Alcou - The Tawny Owl...

The Goats...

And our other host for the day - Jack The Lurcher...

This is Jack & Copper when they were younger...


Have a good week!

Kay & Sime xx


Comments

Catherine said…
Gosh ~ you saw a lot of wonderful stuff! Except maybe the snails, snakes and rat....haha. But oh how fun to see all those beautiful owls and sweet little foxes. I am jealous. Very fun!
xo Catherine
Pattypan said…
Looks like a lovely place to visit.

Just to let you know that I have nominated you for an award. If you would like to visit my blog to collect the same.

Take care and enjoy

Pattypan

x
Anonymous said…
What a great place to visit. I love the reindeer - big surprise.
Catherine - I feel the same!

Pattypan - Thank you!

Mel - We were surprised too!

Kay :)
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