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This spectacular bird of prey centre based in the heart of the Devon countryside is the perfect place to get up close and personal with some of the world's most spectacular birds of prey. The team of experienced falconer's work with a magnificent collection of hawks, owls and falcons, and their passion and dedication is infectious. So if you've always dreamt of mastering the ancient art of falconry, there's nowhere better!
Car parking,
Cafe in garden centre,
Wheelchair friendly site and facilities,
Spectators are welcome - Charges may apply please check on booking
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Experience first hand the sheer beauty of some of the world's most majestic birds of prey as you visit one our spectacular venues across the UK and Ireland! A beautiful activity for the whole family to enjoy, with those as young as 6 being able to take part in the experience, you'll discover the rich history of these birds as well as receiving expert tuition from our qualified instructors on how to handle them. Full equipment, as well as a full safety briefing, will be provided to you upon arrival.

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      • Toilets
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      • Refreshments Available
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    • Ipplepen
    • Newton Abbot
    • Devon
    • TQ12 5TN
    Set in rolling Devon countryside with views of Dartmoor, we are easily accessed from the A38 and only a short distance from Newton Abbot, Torquay and Exeter.

    Maps and directions used on our website are for guide purposes only. Please use the directions supplied with your booking confirmation when making travel arrangements.

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    "An excellent way to learn about falconry and to handle some fabulous birds of prey."

    Keith Hawkins, Newton Abbot, Devon Birds of Prey

    RATED 4 out of 5

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