Cornwall’s help is needed to feed the animals at Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

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Cornwall’s help is needed to feed the animals at Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

Published at 11:41am 20th March 2020.

A Go Fund Me page has been set up to feed the animals at the Cornish Birds of Prey Centre after they discovered from their insurers they weren’t covered in the event of pandemics.

Due to people now not coming through the door, heeding advice from the Government, Kelly and Andy are now struggling to feed all the animals in their care.

I'm sat here in tears. I have left it until now to put a serious post up as I have been waiting to hear back from our…

Posted by The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre CIC on Thursday, March 19, 2020

Owners Kelly and Andy said –

“With the recent Coronavirus outbreak we are very concerned of the future of the centre. Our insurance company is not paying out ‘Business Interruption’ as apparently it doesn’t cover Pandemics. We are asking for assistance in feeding the birds/animals for the foreseeable.  I would say, if we were extremely careful, then this would see the animals through the next 6 months. The Birds/Animals are our world and for anyone that has visited the centre will know this.”

You can also donate food for the animals of the Cornish Birds of Prey Centre. They’re looking for:

  • Bales of Hay
  • Carrots and all types of fruit
  • Buxton Elite Complete Parrot Mix
  • Sow Nuts
  • Flaked Maize
  • Poultry Corn
  • Reindeer Pellets
  • Best Budgie
  • Goat Course Mix

If you’d like to donate – check out the Go Fund Me Page here.

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