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DYNAMIC FLYING DISPLAYS where the visitor can interact and get up close and personal to the birds as they fly overhead and through the audience. A HOME to Eagles, Falcons, Hawks, and Owls from all over the world.EDUCATION into the amazing world of...more
This attraction was one of the stops on our Best of Ireland Tour. The only two types of birds that performed were vultures and Harris Hawks, both of which were fun to watch, but I feel there should have been more variety. There were, however,...More
This stop was part of a CIE tour and well worth the time for the stop. I did not know that vultures were so at risk, especially in Asia. It was great to see the birds up close as well as on the wing.
We went on the recommendation of our host, and besides enjoying the cave and cheese shop, my family were all in awe of the Birds of Prey. The staff was incredibly knowledgeable and we all learned so much while being completely entertained. They also inspired...More
Fascinating facts and information about the birds of prey and possibility of having birds land on gloved hand (though only for a few lucky volunteers, not possible for everyone of course.)
Interesting area with birds in cages with information on panels.
I wasn't expecting much...More
My family really enjoyed this place! The centre has a lot of birds and a big variety, too. The show is terrific and our daughter volunteered to have an owl land on her leather glove-covered arm during the show. The staff is very knowledgeable and...More
We did the hawk walk with Declan. It was incredible! He was extremely knowledgeable, friendly and patient. Afterwards we watch the bird flying demonstration and that was very good. We ended we a cavern tour that was very fun.
Our family group went to the Birds of Prey attraction at the Ailwee Caves. We had some time to look at the Owls, Eagles and other birds before going into the area where we would have talks by some of the bird handlers and see...More