The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

Reopens on 30 April 2024

Book now from £10.00

Are you looking for something a bit different to do in Cornwall?

Are you interested in our native birds of prey? In animal rescue and conservation?

If you answered yes to any of the above, look no further than the Cornish Birds of Prey Centre.

A great day out for families in Cornwall

Family-owned and run, the folks at The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre want to share their passion for rescuing and rehabilitating birds with you!

At the Cornish Birds of Prey Centre, they combine learning and fun to make your trip as magical and memorable as possible. This not-for-profit organisation is passionate about providing a permanent and caring safe haven for the rescued birds of prey and other animals that call this Cornish rescue centre home.

The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre is a perfect place for a family day out, with a café and a play area with swings, a slide and a seesaw. The little ones can run around, play and make new friends while the grown-ups sit back and relax with a coffee, tea, or snack.

See rare birds of prey in flight

A visit to the Cornish birds of prey centre is a fantastic opportunity to see birds of prey in flight.

Watch Thomas the majestic New Zealand Falcon and look into the intelligent eyes of Cobweb the Great Grey Owl!

You'll get the rare opportunity to see owls, kestrels, hawks, falcons and more! Discover fascinating facts about these beautiful birds, from their quirky personalities, to their special diets and impressive wingspans.

Plan your visit around the flying displays at 12 noon and 2 pm every day for your chance to see these stunning birds of prey stretch their wings.

A Cornish Gem for animal lovers big and small

As well as birds of prey, the centre is also home to many other rescued birds and animals. So, you'll also get to say hello to pigs, geese, sheep, goats, ponies, emus and even a cow!

Small bags of animal feed are available to purchase if you fancy feeding the larger animals.

The centre is open Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 am until 4 pm.

Flights and Frights

For a truly Spooktacular day out, the centre will be hosting a special flying display at 12 noon every Saturday and Sunday throughout November, in the daytime darkness of the spookily decorated barn.

The Cornish Birds of prey centre will be putting 100% of the money raised towards setting up their wild birds hospital.

Want to keep the kids entertained in the run-up to Christmas?

The centre will be open every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm and between Christmas and New year on the 28th,29th and 30th of December. Little ones will love the special flying display in a unique winter wonderland scene. It promises to be truly unforgettable!

Again The Cornish Birds of prey centre will be putting 100% of the money raised towards setting up their wild birds hospital.

Have a great day with family, friends, or loved ones while supporting a great cause at The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre!


How to get there

By Car:

The Cornish Birds of Prey centre is located on the main A39 at Winnards Perch, between St Columb Major and Wadebridge. Enter the postcode TR9 6DH into your sat nav. 

  • Café
  • Picnic area 
  • Toilets
  • Baby changing
  • Parking 

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