By birds of prey that I have seen, well worth the admission. It does help if you understand a bit of French, but if you put your hand up when others do, you may get to have a bird of prey land on a glove on your hand. If you are wearing a hat an owl may land on your head! Whatever else you will certainly have several close encounters with some wonderful birds of prey flying close by. My only warning is that the car park is a fairly long walk along an uneven forest path from the castle, so anyone with any infirmities will struggle.
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