Entrance to visit our bird of prey and conservation centre where you can see our resident falcons, hawks and owls and enjoy twice daily flying displays. Our flying displays run at 11am and 2:30pm, and you can enjoy seeing at least three different species in the sky with exciting commentary from one of our team.
Dogs - to keep our birds safe we have a no dogs policy. In the event of extreme weather or circumstances out of our control, displays may be cancelled at short notice.
Fly a bird for £10! If you add the fly a bird ticket to your booking - read the information below.
Season tickets: If you purchase a season ticket for your visit, we will send you an email package with your ticket that gives free entrance for 12 months and 20% off Hawk Walks and Owl Encounters! Note you must bring your season ticket with you on your visit for admission.
FLY A BIRD FOR £10
Suitable for all ages 6+
Fly a bird session runs at 1pm daily.
Please note - entrance tickets are also required for admittance to the centre, and can either be purchased in advance or on the door.
We cannot guarantee the species or individual who will be flying for your session.
Accessibility: All flights will be guided by a trained member of our team who can provide additional support if required, participants will have to travel over uneven ground (grass/gravel). If you have any specific needs, do contact us so we can best provide for your experience.
Terms and conditions:
Equipment: We will provide you with the specialist equipment required to handle our birds, however we would strongly encourage you to wear clothing and footwear suitable for a woodland/field walk and bring a long-sleeved top.
Birds of Prey are not pets, please do not attempt to stroke or touch any of our birds during your session.
Extreme weather: In the event of extreme weather or other unusual circumstance we reserve the right to cancel and refund your flight session.
During your session an experienced member of our team will supervise any interaction with the birds, following the instruction provided is paramount for your health and safety. Visitors are responsible for their own health and safety and that of any accompanied minors throughout their visit. West of England Falconry is not liable for any accident or injury incurred during visits to West of England Falconry or surrounding areas during a Fly a Bird session. Neither is it liable for any loss or damage (however incurred) to visitors’ personal possessions during their visit – visitors should only bring items necessary for this activity and are exclusively responsible for their own possessions.
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