Wednesday, April 17, 2024

It’s for the birds

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VISITORS?TO BARBADOS are usually attracted to the sun, sea and sand and all that nature has to present in this part of the world – and this also includes its birds.
These Polish tourists expressed their delight at their “feathered friends” being fed by Gregory Thackerdin along Wharf Road, The City – something he said he did on a regular basis.
Couple Asia and Przemek Slizowski were in Bridgetown after arriving on a cruise ship when they came across the feeding frenzy.
Thackerdin said the pigeons were accustomed to him so they flocked to him whenever he came around. (Picture by Sandy Pitt.)

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