Aviary and Falconry
The map of Aviary & Falconry reveals the unique hub for Bird keeping & Falconry in the UK. The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary in Stowmarket is the only place in the UK to offer some of the most exclusive facilities for birds of prey and owls. Here you can see live birds of prey while having a delicious bite to eat or a drink in this historic Tudor pub. The impressive rotating bar is a rotating delight for all ages and price ranges. It's a great place to stop before a holiday in Suffolk or simply for a fun pub visit. A holiday in Suffolk incorporating Aviary & Falconry will be one to remember, so add it to your list of Suffolk day trips and add-ons
Festival Park Owl Sanctuary in Ebbw Vale is another bird of prey and owl sanctuary to visit, while in the Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent area and is also home to owls, pelicans, eagles, and much more. It's a purpose-built educational experience for people of all ages to visit at any time throughout the year. It helps with teaching people about the importance of wildlife preservation and conservation. It's a fun day out for all the family to enjoy, so add it to your list of places to visit while you're in the Ebbw Vale area.
Owls About Town in Chichester is owned and managed by trainee falconer David Oddy, located in West Sussex. It's a wonderful facility for you and your family to watch and handle owls and other types of birds of prey. You can cuddle and feed birds such as owls, hawks, and eagles. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you won't forget anytime soon.
The Owl Centre in Ravenglass is a bird of prey well-known zoo with over 20 species of prey you can get up close and personal with. You can hold owls, feed them, be in the owl enclosures and walk around with owls flying overhead. Owl Woods is nestled around the zoo, which you walk through to get to the other enclosures. You will see many sculptures in the woods of owls in flight, perched and generally enjoying life. You will find it beautiful looking, though, too, with pathways winding their way up to an open maze type sculpture of trees that you can stand in at the top.
Screech Owl Sanctuary in St Columb near Truro in Cornwall is a well-known haunt for bird lovers. The sanctuary was started in 1977 to protect the Great Grey Owl from extinction in the UK. The project was a great success, with the numbers of owls quickly recovered. It now protects the Screech-owl. Over forty resident owl pairs with an additional sixty birds spend various parts of their year in Cornwall. The birds are wild but comfortable with humans. The Screech Owl Sanctuary is open all year round.