Birds of Prey Experience in Kent

Product code: 1181602

Watch and fly some amazing birds of prey in Kent.

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The centre is one of the largest in the UK and has over 50 species of raptors. During the day you will be able to watch falconry experts fly some magnificent birds. Then it is your go, you will be taught falconry techniques and have the chance to fly Harris Hawks to the fist. This half day course gives you the opportunity to broaden your knowledge and to interact with these glorious birds up close.
Your experience starts with a flying demo. After that, you will have the chance to fly Harris Hawks to the fist under the watchful eye of the trainer. Finally you will have tea and a question and answer session with the experienced staff at the centre. There will be plenty of photo opportunities to capture a truly unforgettable experience. You will be at the centre for approximately 3 hours in total.

This experience is available at Kent:

  • Kent (South East) - Enysford
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. All equipment will be provided for your experience, but it is advisable to bring a pair of wellington boots with you and wear suitable outdoor clothing for the time of year. The minimum age for this experience is 14 years of age. Please note that the species of bird flown will be dependent on the time of year.
Birds of Prey Experience in Kent
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I went to Eagle Heights for a day to learn about and fly birds of prey. The people there were very friendly and made me very welcome. The day started with a cuppa and a chat with others in the party doing the same as me. Then we went to a room to learn and handle the birds which was great fun. After that we all had our own bird of prey to hold while we went to a field to fly the bird. It's a great day for anyone who loves birds. There are other animals to see there as well. 16 November 2010
Watching the falconry experts fly the birds of prey at the centre in Kent was great but it was even better to have the opportunity to fly a Harris Hawk to the fist myself. Make sure you take a camera you'll regret it otherwise! 16 November 2010
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