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April 27, 2012
Elaine Shirley, Colonial Williamsburg’s manager of the Rare Breeds program, says 19 new lambs, including several sets of twins, have been added to the Foundation’s sheep flock. The lambs were born within about a month’s time, the first arriving on March 17 and the most recent on April 15.
Guests can see lambs at the Peyton Randolph House property, located at the corner of Nicholson and North England Streets, and at the pasture near Bassett Hall. Come visit!
Learn more about our Rare Breeds Program.
April 18, 2011
Elaine Shirley, Colonial Williamsburg’s manager of the Rare Breeds, said as of April 12, a dozen new lambs have been added to the Foundation’s sheep flock.
Guests can see lambs at Blue Bell Tavern pasture on Waller Street near Christiana Campbell’s Tavern, in the Taliaferro-Cole pasture at the corner of Nassau and Francis Streets or the Wetherburn’s Tavern’s pasture that fronts Francis Street in the Historic Area.