‘Tropical Sunset’ Gala in Del Mar

Matt Leffinwell, Bobbi Rohn

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Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary held its 4th Annual Fundraiser Gala “Tropical Sunset” on Oct. 12. Dagmar Midcap (Channel 7 NBC News) served as the event emcee.

The event featured a bird show by “Tricks without Treats,” live Hawaiian music by The Stateside Islander Crew, a Brazilian BBQ dinner by Sabor de Vida, cocktails, a wine tasting and a silent auction.

All proceeds directly benefit Free Flight’s mission to give a home to unwanted birds and promote avian education within the community.

Visit www.freeflightbirds.org or call (858) 481-3148. Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary is located at 2132 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar, 92014.

Photos/Jon Clark.

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