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Cotswold Falconry Centre

Opened in 1998 by Geoff and Naomi Dalton, The Cotswold Falconry Centre is one of the leading birds of prey centres in the UK. It’s home to over 60 different species of Birds of Prey including eagles, hawks, kites, owls, vultures, and falcons.​

Enjoy these incredible birds as they show off their skills with daily flying displays. Learn about their behaviours and gain insight into how they might hunt and fly naturally in the wild. With over 150 birds and 50+ different species, there’s plenty to look at when the displays are over. Entry tickets give you access to the Cotswold Falconry Centre all day so you can watch as many flying displays as you wish allowing you to really appreciate their speed, grace, agility, and their close relationship with the falconer.

For those interested in getting a closer look at these incredible birds, the centre offers individual experiences in the form of Flying Starts and Owl Experiences. These experiences will allow you to get up close and personal with the birds.

Batsford, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 9AT.

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