A Hands-on Falconry Experience with Hawks, Owls, Buzzards and Falcons at the Birds of Prey Centre for £18 instead of £78

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£78 77% £60
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In a Nutshell

  • Your voucher also includes a warming cup of tea and a slice of cake
  • Visit one of the UK's biggest birds of prey centres which is home to over 200 species
  • Experience the thrill of handling, watching and learning all about birds of prey and the feats they are truly capable of accomplishing

The Fine Print

  • 1 voucher per person
  • Voucher valid until 31st May 2011, 7 days a week
  • Advance booking essential, please have voucher and security codes ready
  • Subject to weather conditions and availability
  • Not valid with other offers

Historically falconry was a popular sport and status symbol among nobles of medieval Europe, the Middle East and East Asia. With today's Groupon you can set your senses swooping and soaring with a two hour hands on falconry experience at one of the UK's largest bird of prey centres. For just £18 instead of the usual £78 you will be able to get up close and personal with some of the planets most amazing creatures and see the birds of prey fly free and watch them stoop from a height to catch the lure. You will also receive a warming cup of tea and a hearty slice of homemade cake.

The Birds of Prey Centre is situated in the beautiful grounds of the Shuttleworth Estate. The centre is home to over 200 birds of prey ranging from different species of Owls, Hawks, Eagles, Falcons, Kites, Vultures and even Pelicans. You will be able to experience the thrill of handling, watching and learning all about birds of prey, and the feats they are truly capable of accomplishing when cast from the fist and allowed the freedom to simply fly. You can see first hand the unique beauty of these raptors and learn to appreciate the noble art of falconry, its history and its future.

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