Animal lovers flock to open day at Robert Fuller Gallery in Thixendale

Artist Robert Fuller with one of his paintings

Artist Robert Fuller with one of his paintings

First published in News

HUNDREDS of animal enthusiasts flocked to a mini-petting zoo to see pet lambs, piglets, ducklings and calves.

The 350 visitors to the Robert Fuller gallery, in Thixendale, recently were also treated to pony rides, a woodland quiz, treasure hunt and falconry with Danny Cameron, of Eagle Eye Falconry.

Wildlife artist Robert Fuller said: “Among the activities we had for the children was the chance to dissect owl pellets. Anyone who could find more than five bones could claim a prize. It was quite a draw – one little girl spent over half an hour sifting through one pellet. It was a great day.”

Robert also said that he noticed a few budding wildlife artists among the children who visited the gallery during the day.

He said: “A lot of the children had a go at copying my paintings in the gallery. There was a few budding wildlife artists among them – it can be surprising how good some can be even at a young age.”

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