The Prince of Wales has visited Slimbridge in Gloucestershire to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust.<
Prince Charles, who has been president of the trust since 1979, came to meet and thank staff, volunteers and supporters. He took the opportunity to cut a cake to mark the anniversary.
I was trying to recall how long ago it was that I first came here, I have a feeling I was much younger than I thought I was.
During the visit, he toured the former house of WWT founder Sir Peter Scott, describing his work as a 'remarkable achievement'.
Charles also visited the Severn Observatory tower, where he saw extensive views across the 667 acres of wetlands at the centre.
Birds including flamingos and critically endangered Hawaiian geese are part of the collection, which is seen by 240,000 visitors each year.