Stumbled across this Falconry and were very glad of it too. We were lucky to visit on a quiet day. There was a small group of school children who were very well behaved visiting at the same time, and a couple of family groups. The Falconry site is quite small but we were still wandering around on our own most of the time. The demonstrations are what this attraction is all about. We were lucky to arrive just before the start of the second flying demo. Three birds were flown by two knowledgeable young lads who were obviously passionate about their feathered friends, and the cheeky visiting rook who got as much attention as the official birds.
The birds were not forced to do anything but seemed intent on showing off their aerial skills anyway. One bird even strutted around and posed for photographs, he even had a and taking a chunk out of my back pack, that is how close they come to you. The handlers made sure everyone had a good look at the birds before they took themselves back to their aviaries.
The second domo included the amazing vulture 'Vera' who again performed well. Such a magnificent creature only feet away from us. The wow factor was certainly met.
Check the times before you visit, try to fit at least two of the shows in and be prepared for a spectacle
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