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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £19 for a 90-minute owl experience for one (71% off)
£29 for a 90-minute owl experience for two (74% off)
A brief training session on how to hold and handle owls
90 minutes of flying and handling a variety of owls at the center in rural Shropshire
- Many types of owls including the barn owl, little owl, burrowing owl, African spotted eagle owl, Bengal eagle owl, European eagle owl, snowy owl and tawny owl
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here. 48-hour cancellation policy. For any inquiries, please call 01939 236541 Must sign waiver. Under 16 must be accompanied by a full fee paying adult (£19). Spectators are welcome but must call in advance to book and a ten-pound surcharge to be paid on the day. Valid for option purchased only. Spectators must pay £10 direct to the business on the day. No under 5's allowed. Please note these are group sessions. The experience takes place in doors. Verified using our merchant's website on 25 Jul 2016.
About Shropshire Falconry
Shropshire Falconry is a centre for the observation and training of a wide range of Birds of Prey. As the Centre is not open to the public, their group experiences are designed to be more personal. There’s no need to worry about wet weather as the centre has an indoor arena. The fully trained and staff with 20 years of educational experience welcome customers and explain all about the variety of inhabiting owls. A small on-site shop is selling a range of products related to the birds of prey. Shropshire Falconry hosts the Jessops Academy and supplies all the birds for their bird of prey photography experiences in the UK. Many of the birds are featured in award-winning photographs, so customers should not forget to bring their cameras.