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The Waldrapp Ibis has a long, curved, rubbery beak with touch sensors which it uses to probe into the ground to feel for insects and lizards. It's also possibly the ugliest bird in the Bird Garden!
Tue 30 Apr 13Discover the 'Genius of Turner'
Fri 29 Mar 13Our Easter Chicks are hatching in the Information Centre!
Wed 20 Mar 13Ever wondered 'What Artists Do All Day?'
Mon 11 Mar 1325% off event tickets when you book in March!
Mon 4 Mar 13Geraldine Connor Foundation Announces Auditions
Rare find: family’s history found in donated booksSome months ago we were offered some books and records. We collected the donations and discovered a...
Simon Warner's Theatrical Tours go down a treat!Simon in the guise of John Jewell'I was held...!''The addition of the ghost was wonderfully atmospheric''We...
A Yorkshire Rose for Yorkshire Day!The Yorkshire Post were here at Harewood today to photogrpah a new rose named 'Yorkshire Princess' in...
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Harewood is an independent charitable educational trust set up to maintain
and develop Harewood, its collections and grounds, for the public benefit.
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