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IFAW donors visit Bejing Raptor Rescue Center

  • Fri, 13 Oct 2017 07:34
Oct 11 2017

Adrien and Gary Amadeo and BRRC staff.

IFAW supporters Adrien & Gary Amadeo were traveling to China for humanitarian reasons – their own project to help children in impoverished rural schools.  They decided to include their love of animals on their trip as well with a visit to IFAW's Bejing Raptor Rescue Center (BRRC).

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