Although we heard the sad news that the previous owner have been diagnosed with brain cancer, and place was subsequently closed for a while, we were so impressed with the guide that did the performance. Although she is also still learning, they are really trying hard to keep this legacy alive and it shows in the effort they are putting in to keep this place and the good work they're doing alive. Keep it up. It's a wonderfull experience to get so close to a bird of prey you normally do not see up close.
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