Tower of London ravens go to the pub
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The first chicks to hatch at the Tower in decades get a landlord guardian.

Three raven chicks, the first to have hatched at the Tower of London in decades, are to be raised at a Suffolk country pub.

Landlord Mike Keen, who has a pet raven of his own, has taken on the chicks as a friend of the Tower's ravenmaster.

Mr Keen said raising the chicks to create a "bloodline at the Tower" was a "massive responsibility".

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  • 23 May 2019