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Paula wrote a review Jul 2019
Condom, France97 contributions25 helpful votes
This is a mess. There are explicit instructions at the tourist office listing trails 4 and 5. Yet these trails and trail heads are marked with forestry numbers..15 & 16!
Date of experience: July 2019
Response from LesaiglesdAure, Gérant at Les Aigles d'Aure - Volerie des Pyrenees
Responded 13 Jul 2019
Apparently your opinion concerns hiking trails and not "Les Aigles d'Aure - Volerie des Pyrénées" ...
Olivier G wrote a review Jul 2018
20 contributions3 helpful votes
Great site. At some point the sky filled with different eagles and birds. Impressive and a unique chance to see these magnificient birds up and close. The aviary is situated on top of a hill so be ready to walk (pushchairs and wheelchair will have trouble going up). There are also some electrical power lines just above...not sure if this is safe for everyone. This said, the explanations were very interesting but for philistines like us a summarize printing would have been great. Highly recommended. …
Date of experience: July 2018
Rita S wrote a review Aug 2016
CHAPPES26 contributions2 helpful votes
We visited with our 18 months old son. After a short but steep walk you join the top of the mountain. You can watch already the birds from close. Then the demonstration is 1h long. Very educative and interesting for all age. Our son was hypnotised.
Date of experience: August 2016
frederic m wrote a review Jun 2016
Toulouse, France4 contributions7 helpful votes
This visit remains as an incredible moment, combining a proximity with the birds as never experienced, the vast knowledge and humor of our guide. And a fantastic scenery. Do not miss it if you pass by in Vallee d Aure
Date of experience: May 2016
Amanda L wrote a review Jun 2013
Byron Bay, Australia25 contributions14 helpful votes
This spaces cares for wounded birds and re-releases or raises & keeps permanently disabled birds. A surprisingly large variety of raptors. The chance to develop a love of birds and appreciate them close-up is a valuable first step in allowing our children to reconnect to nature. This Attraction is educational and valuable from this perspective. However I would like to see the birds given Much longer ropes for the 22hours per day the tourists are not present. Plus flying time every day, for every bird. Or much larger cages for those not let out at all. …
Date of experience: May 2013