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Eagles, falcons, and wide-eyed owls rule the skies at The International Centre for Birds of Prey where visitors can get up close to them and learn more about their fascinating habits. Winged beasts such as eagles and hawks will be flown three times during the day, and guests can also check out the birds in sheltered aviaries. Areas include an owl courtyard, eagle barn, and sites for falcons. The centre is set deep in the Gloucestershire countryside, and sightseers can amble through woodland and past ponds as they take in the animals. Kids can let off some steam at the adventure play areas, while adults put their feet up at the cafe. Should guests wish to return again and again, an annual pass allows for a year's unlimited access. Visitors will also receive a drink during their visit, with a tea or filtered coffee for adults and either a hot or cold drink for kids.