Free Flight open house

Pepper with Nathalie Buetow

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Free Flight, Del Mar’s one-of-a-kind bird sanctuary, recently held an open house. Admission was free, and guests roamed the facility, met Free Flight’s exotic birds and enjoyed a kids area. Free Flight members have year-round access to the sanctuary, all the while helping unwanted birds find homes. Photos: Jon Clark

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