Fergus spots the Queen!

Posted on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

The Great Bustard Group was delighted to be invited to participate in the Queen’s Jubilee visit to Salisbury yesterday, and despite torrential rain until mid morning, the crowds were out in force and the GBG team was inundated with enquiries from  interested visitors. GBG’s popular stuffed bustard Hercule caused quite a stir as always, but the real star of the day was Fergus, the group’s newest recruit. Fergus, standing proud at 5′ tall is one of the Bustards of Warminster. Go Bustards, brainchild of Lesley Fudge and Warminster Art Society, these stunning models captivate visitors wherever they are displayed.

GBG’s Charles Hibberd, RSPB’s Andrew Taylor, GBG’s consultant virologist Ruth Manvell and web designer Alex Stott with Fergus.

Check out our full gallery of the day.

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One Response to “Fergus spots the Queen!”

  1. rona andrews says:

    Great Photos it was a really good day ,and the sun shone down on us too!!Can’t be bad Regards to allxx