World of Wings

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Easter Blairlinn Road, Cumbernauld G67 4AA Easter Blairlinn Road, Cumbernauld G67 4AA Directions
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World of Wings boasts over 70 birds ranging from the smallest owls up to a huge African vulture. Some come from other centres and some are born there, but over a third of the birds are rescued. Services include falconry courses, school visits, educational talks and avian pest control as well as static and flying displays for shows and events.

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Report | 6 days ago
Had a great day with my family so relaxed chilled peacful would definitely go back
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Report | 15 days ago
Super day out
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Report | 18 days ago
Beautiful selection of birds and great flight disply. Well worth a visit.
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Report | 24 days ago
Fun, educational day out
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Report | a month ago
If you're going, make sure you get along for the flying show, the handlers are good, really knowledgeable and interesting. The birds are cool, didn't try the cafe or anything so can't comment on anything else.
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Report | a month ago
Excellent day out with beautiful bi
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Report | a month ago
Great day out, plenty of birds , would go back again thanks.
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Report | a month ago
The flying display was excellent and the people involved were very informative and really interested in what they were doing. Overall an excellent afternoon for younger and older folk alike.
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Report | a month ago
What a fantastic time we had. Staff are brilliant and do knowledgeable about the birds. The shows keep you enthralled. Will be back soon.
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Report | a month ago
Not a lot to do or see best to go lunch time mid afternoon when flying the birds.
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