Bird fans flock to Free Flight fundraiser

Kay Stuart, Sue Hepworth

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Del Mar’s one-of-a-kind bird sanctuary Free Flight held its annual Tropical Sunset Fundraiser on Oct. 22. With this annual event, Free Flight seeks to carry on the work of the late Dr. Bob Stonebreaker, whose lifelong passion and vision for these beautiful exotic birds led to the creation of the sanctuary. Visit freeflightbirds.org. Photos: Jon Clark

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