The red kite centre is a natural valley and lake which has been landscaped by cutting back the pine trees to facilitate the opening up of the area where the birds circle to feed at the same time every day, 2pm in winter, 3pm in summer. The trees have been used very imaginatively by a very clever wood carver who has made a children's playground with playthings entirely made from pine, plus a few other things such as a large bird feeder with exquisite carving of birds. although quite steep, wheelchair users can access the feeding site by way of slopes beside the steps, and there is a good cafe with eating outside and gift shop.Very informative with the history of the decline in the bird numbers which have increased enormously since they have been feeding them.
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