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National Park Birds of Prey Experience


Northumberland National Park

The experience


Get up-close and hands-on with the feathers and talons of some of the world’s most iconic birds of prey that are native to Northumberland National Park. Spend three hours handling, feeding and flying birds, including the barn owl, tawny owl, kestrel, buzzard, goshawk and peregrine falcon. Find out why the art of falconry is listed as a world living human heritage and sample the real taste of Northumberland; the Ham & Peas Pudding Stottie. An experience to create life-long memories.

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Falconry Days

Lady Hill Farm, Simonburn, Hexham, Northumberland NE48 3EE


  • Stunning views of the National Park, the Cheviot Hills and the Pennine Way
  • A real hands-on experience with majestic birds of prey
  • Try a taste of Northumberland – the Ham & Peas Pudding Stottie

The detail

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Duration

3 hours

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Group size

2-15 people

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Cost per person

£89 per person

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Fitness level

Low.

Parking Facilities

Free on-site parking.

Refreshments and meals

Drinks and a light lunch snack provided.

Special equipment needed

n/a

Availability

All year round. Online booking only.

Accessibility considerations and facilities

Accessible for all.

Languages

Basic English required to fully appreciate the experience.

Group information

  • Tour operator rate
  • Ad hoc group rate
  • Tour series rate
Northumberland

Northumberland National Park

The ‘land of far horizons’ home to England’s cleanest rivers, purest air and darkest skies.

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