Introductory course on how to keep and breed
Ornamental Pheasants successfully
Saturday 7 to Sunday 8 October 2017
This exciting new introductory course on ornamental pheasants, their breeding and management is designed to attract anyone interested in pheasants, and is to be hosted at:
Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens, Ponteland, Northumberland NE20 0AQ,
from 11:30 on Saturday 7 October to 12:00 on Sunday 8 October 2017.
Kirkley Hall is situated only 8 miles from Newcastle city centre and 4 miles from Newcastle International Airport, and is easily accessible by road, rail and air.
The cost will be only £30, which covers refreshments during the course. A list of reasonably priced nearby accommodation is available. A relaxed dinner is planned for Saturday evening at a local restaurant.
The course will cover aviary design, feeding, health, breeding and hatching, using the most up to date methods available. This will be introduced by Tim Lovel and sessions will be delivered by Ian Clark, a long time member of WPA, as well as specialist guest speakers including John Corder. Delegates will be able to take part in discussion groups, and both beginners and experienced bird keepers will enjoy and benefit from the course.
The number of places on the course is restricted to 30, so please book early.
For more information and to book places on the course, please contact Barbara Ingman, email@example.com, 01434 345526.