As Part of the Captive Animals Awareness Weekend there will be a demonstration against the pinioning of bird. The process of pinioning involves the cutting of one wing at the carpel joint, thereby removing the base from which the primary feathers grow. This makes the bird permanently incapable of flight because it is lopsided.
Nearest station to L.W.W.T. is Barnes which is about 20 minutes from London Waterloo station. Once at Barnes station take a left out of the station and walk down the road passed the cross roads and after about 5 minutes you find Queen Elizabeth Walk which is a path on the right by the Red Lion pub. The L.W.W.T. is about a 15min walk from Barnes station and easy to find.
For more information about the process of pinioning and the work of CAPS see: www.captiveanimals.org/birds
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