Pupils get wise to the world of owls: Pupils at Larkholme Primary School had an unforgettable experience when they were visited by guests from a bird sanctuary.
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Pupils get wise to the world of owls
Pupils get wise to the world of owls

A Fleetwood school hosted some real high fliers. Pupils at Larkholme Primary School had an unforgettable experience when they were visited by guests from a bird sanctuary.

The visitors from the Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary in Preston brought some of their birds in for the youngsters to meet. They were able to see these sharp-beaked hunters close up, feed them, stroke them and even fly them.

Among the feathered friends was a delightful little burrowing owl named Twiggy which would normally be found in South America.

Head of infants, Helen Christie said: “The children are concentrating on producing information texts at the moment, which are fact books full of pictures, captions and information written by the children.

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