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Bird of prey wildlife centre opening times

The Hawk Conservancy Trust is closed until further notice. 

Due to the national lockdown currently in place until 15 February, we will not be able to go ahead with our January events.

Our Winter Woodland Lights event has been postponed.  We will hold the event at a different time when the restrictions have been relaxed. We will contact all those booked once the dates have been rearranged to re-book them.

If you are booked onto our Behind-the-scenes Winter Experiences, our team will be in contact to rearrange these sessions.

When we are able to re-open, pre-booking your visit is essential (for members and non-members).  To allow for social distancing at the Trust, we must restrict the number of visitors coming to the Trust.  You can pre-book your tickets here.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

 

 

COVID-19

We have made some changes to a day at the Trust as we have a variety of measures in place as a result of COVID-19. We’re very confident that you can still have the usual uplifting day with us though. Please work together with us to help everyone have a great day with our birds and stay safe and healthy.

Pre-booking your visit is essential (for members and non-members). To allow for social distancing at the Trust, we must restrict the number of visitors coming to the Trust. Pre-book your tickets here. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

 

 

Winter season

(Monday 4 November 2019 to Sunday 1 March 2020)

Open Close
Park, Trust Shop and Reception

(last admission at 3:30pm)

10am 4:30pm
Feathers Restaurant 10am 4:30pm
Summer Season

(Monday 2 March 2020 to Sunday 1 November 2020)

Open Close
Park, Trust Shop and Reception

(last admission at 4pm)

10am 5pm
Feathers Restaurant 10am 5pm
Did you know?
The Secretary Bird’s name could originate from two theories. The first is that it looks are like the old-fashioned secretaries who carried quill pens behind their ears. Alternatively, it could come from the Arabic ‘saqr-et-tair’. Saqr means ‘hunter’ or ‘hawk’ and tair means ‘flight’ or ‘bird’.
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