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Cotswold Falconry Centre

Moreton in Marsh Category For the Family, Nature & Wildlife
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Started in 1988 Cotswold Falconry houses around 150 Birds of Prey many can be seen during the free flying demonstrations, while over thirty separate species have been bred in our successful but non commercial breeding aviaries. The aim of the centre is to promote the greater understanding of birds of prey through education and fun,

Over 20’000 visitors per year pass through and many return for future visits, In addition to the daily demonstration of free flying birds of prey you can follow the path through our Owl woods a natural setting where the birds are encouraged to breed as they would in their native environment, of course it would be impossible to recreate all the habitats but if successful in breeding we would assume the birds are comfortable in their surrounding, of course you can witness this natural breeding behaviour as close proximity.

Open Every day from Mid February Until Mid November, You will see Eagles, Hawks, Owls, Falcons and other Birds of Prey in all over 150 Birds can be seen either in the Breeding Aviaries or on the Flying Displays which are held daily at 11.30am,13.30,15.00 and 16.30 in the summertime. You may wish to pre book one of our popular experiences for that special day out.

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