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Win a Day with our Bird Team

Would you like the chance to become a helper to the Bird Team for the day and help us raise some money at the same time?

Raffle tickets – £5 (entrants must be aged 18 and over)

BUY TICKETS TO ENTER THE RAFFLE

As we are missing our paying visitors, we wanted to invite you to have a bit of fun, take part in a raffle to win a day with the Bird Team at the Trust and help us raise a little bit of money at the same time to help us offset some of our lost income during these troubled times. Income that is vital to our work.

The winner and a chosen friend or family member will join us for a full day when we invite you behind-the-scenes to meet some of our beautiful birds and see them a little closer than you usually would. We’ll invite you to go behind the scenes during one of our flying displays and help us fly our team of cheeky Hooded Vultures. This is a rare treat and bags of fun as you’ll really get to see their characters.

You’ll learn about the work of the Bird Team in caring for our birds, and find out about our important conservation and research work. With an expert member of our team at your fingertips, this will be the perfect opportunity to ask everything you wish to know about birds of prey and the Trust during the day.

You will have an opportunity to help with the day-to-day care of our birds, including weighing and feeding some of them. In addition, there’s a chance to handle and fly a variety of birds whilst learning about each species.

We’ll make sure you’re fuelled with delicious refreshments from Feathers Restaurant with lunch included and drinks throughout the day. Obviously, the details of the day may vary depending on the time of year it takes place. When we re-open, we will contact the winner to book a date when the restrictions have been lifted, and we can allow this experience to go ahead safely.

The raffle will close on Sunday 14 June 2020, and the winner will be drawn on Monday 15 June 2020 and notified on the same day.

Terms and conditions apply.

 

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