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Falconry Centre Huntly Aberdeenshire Grampian Scot
Falconry Centre Huntly Aberdeenshire Grampian Scotland
All the birds of prey at the North East Falconry Centre are home bred, reared and trained.
There are flying displays at 11 am, 12:45 pm, 2:30 pm and 4:15 pm of falcons, owls, hawks and golden eagles. The handler interacts with the spectators and calls for children to come forward to stroke the owl under his supervision.
Whilst waiting for each display you can tour the birds' enclosures.
For their opening times and dates please see their website below.
There is wheelchair access and facilities for the disabled.
There is a cafe and picnic area.
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The North East Falconry Centre have a range of activities on offer including falconry experience days, falconry tuition courses and guided walks with the hawks and their handler.
Contact Address, Telephone Number And Website
North East Falconry Centre
Tel: (01466) 760328
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