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Wingz Bird Sanctuary, Par

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Wingz Bird Sanctuary Reviews
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  • August 19, 2017
    friendly and helpful staff , had a great few hours here and really enjoyed it , will call in again very soon  more »
  • August 5, 2017
    We visited on one of the open days. The owners were lovely and chatted about how it all started. And the struggles the sanctuary has encountered. The kids absolutely loved looking round and reading al...  more »
  • July 27, 2017
    A lovely little sanctuary,our first visit..went along for the open day,as they are open on select days only now..lots of beautiful birds to see,all very well taken care of.The owners are a great coupl...  more »
  • An amazing place, shame it's closing it's doors to general public soon. Knowledgeable staff, birds kept in enclosures designed to give them the ability to show natural behaviour. A large selection of exotic birds and and a good few mammals too! Also get yourself a Meerkat experience, they are great!
  • Thank you wings, had a great time visiting you yesterday. The staff were not just friendly and welcoming but also extremely knowledgeable about the birds and creatures in their care. To the uninitiated it may look overgrown, but when the reasons for the natural planting is explained, that they are nesting & breeding, you realise that this establishment understand the animals they have rescued and care for. My 3 year old had a wonderful time and thoroughly enjoyed holding conversations with the cockatoos & parrots, she wanted to go back today!
  • Warm welcome and family friendly with a natural environment which the birds and animals enjoy. The owners were very friendly and clearly love their birds and animals and were more than happy to talk and explain things to us. The sanctuary is a credit to them. Will definitely visit again.
  • Although Wingz in not the largest animal sanctuary we have ever been to you can feel how much the owners care for the birds and animals as soon as you walk through the door. We were met by Swoops, a hand reared Eagle owl, still mostly a ball of fluff but just starting to show his adult feathers. The other residents all had their tales to tell, being rescued for the most part. The work the family do with these animals is exceptional and having chatted with them they have a wealth of knowledge to pass on to the upcoming generations. Please support them by visiting. They are a small concern and rely on visitor funding so every visit to them counts towards the welfare of the animals and birds in their care.
  • What a lovely place to visit! Lovely atmosphere and it's great to see that the owners are trying to keep to a habitat that's as natural for birds and animals as possible! Keep up the good work folks! 😀

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Where to stay in St Austell

Unless you want to use St. Austell as a base for exploring the area, consider staying in the picturesque Charlestown or a nearby beach town that boasts better views. St. Austell doesn't offer much to visitors beyond its proximity to nearby attractions and day-trip destinations. If you choose to stay here, there are a few local accommodations, including independent apartment or room rentals. However, the best options are in the harbor area of Charlestown. If you would prefer to stay along the Cornish Riviera, head to Carlyon Bay, Duporth, or Porthpean.
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