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Orphaned flamingo chicks are taken out for daily walks by their keeper to help strengthen their legs

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<p>Orphaned flamingo chicks are being taken out for daily walks by their keeper - to help strengthen their legs.</p><p>The baby birds are given a stroll by bird keeper Isobel Wright, 25, at Cotswold Wildlife Park.</p><p>Isobel takes the flamingos out for exercise two to three times a day as it is good for their development.</p><p>A spokesperson said: ''Issy is hand-rearing the flamingo chicks after they were abandoned by their parents. </p><p>''Issy and the bird team have been hand-feeding them and Issy takes them for exercises a few times a day to strengthen and develop their legs. </p><p>''Issy is one of our tallest keepers so it looks adorable when they follow her around.''</p><p>Isobel, who has worked at the wildlife park for six years, said: "There's three of them in total, but one is not old enough to join them just yet.</p><p>"I look after all the waterfowl at the park so it's my job to take care of them.</p><p>"For some of the pairs it would have been their first time rearing a chick, and others it has been a while, so it's best to take them away and do it ourselves."</p>
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