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It is again that time of the year when BirdLife Malta organises the popular Shearwater Boat Trip. 
This year it is no exception. Flocks of shearwaters and a magnificent sunset is the norm for this activity.
 
Date: Saturday 6th July 2013
Time: 18:30
Meeting place: Marfa (but can change according to weather).
 
Fee: Adult - 8 euro
        Child (from 5 to 12) - 5 euro
Due to security reasons, children under 5 cannot attend this activity.  Children have to be accompanied by at least one adult.
 
IMPORTANT: On Friday 5th July (the day before), there will be a similar activity for Klabb Huttaf members, so families with children are encourage to attend the activity on that date.  To book for the Klabb Huttaf activity, kindly phone BirdLife office on 21347646 during office hours.
 
To book for the adult members' activity on 6th July, send an email to blmactivities@gmail.com 
and specify the number of persons attending the activity.
 
When booking kindly provide a contact number.
 
Places are limited and booking is on a first come, first served basis.
 
When booking this event please let them know you saw it advertised on www.maltababyandkids.com
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