The Animal Sanctuary: In full flight

By Diana Balham In Ecologic

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3rd November, 2012
Some people will know Shawn Bishop from her rehabilitation work with native birds. Some adopt rescued battery hens from her and others come to her with a heartbreaking case of farm animal abuse. Still more know her in the corporate world where she runs leadership development programmes. And there’s even a guy out there who will remember her as an idealistic 25-year-old from Massachusetts who moved here with him in the 1980s. (“We don’t talk about him any more,” she says firmly. “You know when you’re travelling you meet people and they’re one way, and then when you get them home, ...

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