But at the one in Albany, Georgia that I built, I’ve got a holding area. It’s up on stilts with a couple of a nighttime holding area and also preparation of food. But then I have another cabin on top of that. And that’s where the eagle flies out of completely loose, comes right over the head of the audience and lands on the fist of the trainer. And I fly falcons, (indistinct) and I fly great horned owls. But believe me, that kind of a facility where you have a holding area. I also have designed flight cages so that you can train in. The people can come there and see you training a bird of prey inside of a flight cage before it’s able to be completely really let loose.