Until Sunday, it's going to be a wild week in Newcastle's Monument Mall, with the Exotic Animal Welfare Trust displaying barn owls and raising funds for the charity.
What does EAWT stand for?
EAWT stands for Exotic Animal Welfare Trust (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The 12-inch long Australian Bearded Dragon, named Darwin by staff at the Exotic Animal Welfare Trust (EAWT), died yesterday despite the best efforts of vet Katherine Heathcote to save him.
CAPTION(S): Curator Stewart Dodsworth with some of the rescued iguanas on display at the Exotic Animal Welfare Trust in Tow Law, County Durham
Placed with the Exotic Animal Welfare Trust in Houghton-le-Spring, she spent eight weeks on a business project for the charity and also spent time with the animals, from snakes and spiders to crocodiles and ferrets.
THIS is Scrappy the barn owl -one of hundreds of unwanted creatures rescued by the Exotic Animal Welfare Trust every year.
After having to move from its centre at Tow Law, County Durham, the Exotic Animal Welfare Trust has returned to where it started in the home of founder Peter Heathcote.
The row between The Exotic Animal Welfare Trust and landlords Alan and Sue Turnbull in County Durham led to the locks being changed and staff locked out of the premises, a registered charity, just over two weeks ago.
Placed with the Exotic Animal Welfare Trust she spent eight weeks on a much-needed business project for the charity but also spent time with animals from snakes and spiders to crocodiles and ferrets.