A really nice Experience near Hatton, Warwickshire.
Birds of prey are truly majestic creatures, and this introduction to falconry in Warwickshire is a great way for a pair of bird lovers to learn more about their care and conservation. Start with a falconry workshop which covers all the different types of birds of prey, their habits, habitats and the conservation work carried out by the centre. Learn about falconry history, how to handle the birds and what equipment birds in captivity are fitted with. Meet resident hawks, falcons and owls (while owls aren’t considered true falconry birds, they are a popular species to fly or handle), then head out to the flying arena and learn how to fly these birds freely through the beautiful surrounding scenery.
Seven days a week all year round, excluding Christmas.
Please call the venue for a weather check before setting out. If the experience is cancelled because of bad weather it will be re-booked for an alternative date.
Expect to be at the venue for approximately three hours. Please arrive at 10.15am for a prompt start at 10.30am. Feel free to spend the remainder of the day exploring Hatton Country World.
A maximum of two spectators per participant are welcome for the price of the Hatton Country World entrance fee which is payable direct on the day.
Dress for the outdoors and wear wellies or walking boots. Bring a change of clothes if the weather is bad. Don’t forget your camera and/or a pair of binoculars if you have them.
Minimum age 13 (under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult). Although the site is wheelchair-friendly, with hard paths, some aspects take place on uneven ground.