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2hr Hawk or Owl Walk
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    Duration

  • 1people

    Min. Group

  • 12people_outline

    Max. Group

  • 10person

    Min. Age

For a great introduction into the world of falconry, this 2 hour experience is perfect! Upon arrival at the centre you will be allowed you to choose your hawk or owl before taking part in a short talk and safety briefing. Then take to the great outdoors and have the chance to walk with your bird of choice through the beautiful woodland of the 42 acre site. Finish your experience with a photo opportunity and then witness a fantastic bird of prey display which gives you a great opportunity to see these magnificent birds in full flight. Upon completion you will be allowed time to look round the rest of the centre and meet the other beautiful birds that live there. Important information: Under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Spectators are welcome - Charges may apply please check on booking

Venue Details

Located in the heart of beautiful Rutland this brilliant birds of prey venue provides exciting bird of prey encounters involving birds from across the globe including owls, hawks, falcons, buzzards, eagles and even vultures. Customers will have the chance to handle these amazing birds and have knowledgeable instructors on hand to ensure you get the most from your experience. With the centre's aim of providing the most natural setting possible for their birds you will treated to a unique falconry experience, and be guaranteed spectacular views of the birds as well as the countryside!

Venue Ref: 510380-32

Facilities

  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Refreshments Available
  • Full Training

Location Details

Located in stunning Rutland just outside of Oakham and accessible from the A606. Full maps and directions provided on completion of booking.

Reviews

  • Absolutely superb experience at Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre, very highly recommended!

    Niki Barry

  • Good place. Nice to do something different

    Hannah collins