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Colourful 2007 Calendar Depicts Animals at the Wildlife Park 27 November 2006

For the first time, the Curraghs Wildlife Park has published a calendar depicting many of the animals to be seen in the Park. The calendar has large and small pictures for each of the twelve months depicted selected from the many photographs submitted for the competition run in the Anniversary Year 2005.

Duty Manager at the Wildlife Park, Tina Hampton, responsible for customer services, commented; “We had so many wonderful photographs submitted for our photo competition that we wanted to share them with as many people as possible and a calendar seemed a natural choice. Everybody’s favourites are included and there are even pictures of the curragh habitat and its flora.”

The calendars are available from the Wildlife Park shop, the Tourist Information Centre at Douglas Sea Terminal and selected newsagents and shops in the Island. Alternatively, an order form can be downloaded off the internet from the Wildlife Park’s website www.gov.im/wildlife and the Wildlife Park will even post them out to friends and relatives to addresses supplied by the purchaser.

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