Devon Bird Of Prey Centre

Devon Bird Of Prey Centre

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Book Devon Bird of Prey tickets from just £3 per ticket!

Here is where you buy the best price tickets to Devon Bird of Prey Centre, a charming attraction in Devon to suits the whole family.

Tickets are only £5 per adult and £3 for children, so you can enjoy a fabulous day out in Devon on a budget!

Booking is simple and easy, with tickets being delivered straight to you by email and text.

Enjoy a falconry experience in Devon

The Devon Bird of Prey Visitor Centre is set in the beautiful Devon countryside in the view of the rolling hills of distant Dartmoor. 

The team there have created a friendly, inviting environment where you can enjoy the birds at your own pace and learn more about the fascinating birds of prey that call the Devon Bird of Prey Centre their home.

Flying displays take place a few times a week, so if you're lucky you may be able to see the majestic birds in flight too!

Why Karen, owner and founder of Devon Birds of Prey, loves what she does...

"I’ve been passionate about birds of prey and falconry for many years and although this brings with it a wealth of knowledge and experience, the birds never cease to amaze me. Each bird is unique, and just like us, requires respect, love and care that is unique to them.

Birds of prey are incredibly special birds, there is a depth to them that is like no other and I’m so happy that I’ve been able to realise my dream in building up, opening and running the centre so that I can share that with as many people as possible.

Myself and my team look forward to welcoming you to the centre"

Karen: Owner and Founder of Devon Bird of Prey Centre

So, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets to Devon Bird of Prey Centre now and come face-to-face with these majestic birds. 

Devon TQ12 5TN
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How to find us

Fermoys Garden Centre, Ipplepen, Newton Abbot TQ12 5TN

Devon Bird Of Prey Centre are located at Fermoy's Garden Centre near Newton Abbot, easily accessible from the A38. Set in rolling Devon countryside with views of Dartmoor.

  • Free parking
  • Toilets
  • Café in the garden centre on same site
  • All flying is weather dependent and subject to availability
  • Wear suitable clothing to match the weather

People also ask:

What are birds of prey?

Birds of prey, also known as raptors, are a group of predatory birds that hunt and feed on other animals. They possess sharp talons, strong beaks, and exceptional eyesight, which allows them to catch and consume their prey efficiently.

What are some examples of birds of prey?

There are several examples of birds of prey, including eagles, hawks, falcons, owls, and vultures. Each species has its own unique adaptations and hunting techniques.

How do birds of prey hunt?

Birds of prey use various hunting techniques depending on their species. Eagles and hawks often soar high in the sky, scanning the ground for potential prey, and then dive swiftly to catch their target using their sharp talons. Falcons are known for their incredible speed and agility, utilizing rapid aerial pursuits to capture prey in mid-air. Owls, on the other hand, possess exceptional nocturnal vision and stealth, allowing them to silently swoop down on prey under cover of darkness.

What do birds of prey eat?

Birds of prey primarily feed on other animals, which can range from small mammals like mice and rabbits to reptiles, amphibians, birds, and even fish. The specific diet of a bird of prey depends on its species, habitat, and availability of prey in its environment.

Are birds of prey endangered? 

Some species of birds of prey are indeed endangered or threatened due to various factors such as habitat loss, illegal hunting, pollution, and pesticides. Examples of endangered birds of prey include the California Condor, Philippine Eagle, and Mauritius Kestrel. Conservation efforts and awareness programs are essential to protect and preserve these magnificent birds and their habitats.

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