Hawk Walk for One, Two, or Four People at Stockley Birds of Prey – SAVE 62%

About This Deal
Located on Stockley farm, Stockley Birds of Prey is a falconry centre, with a variety of hawks, falcons and owls for visitors to see. Wing your way outside and prepare to be inspired on this walk with a difference! You and a lucky companion will enjoy a one-hour walk in the natural habitat of these magnificent birds of prey.

You’ll learn all about the awe-inspiring creatures and their environment – there’ll also be plenty of photo opportunities! Add to that, flying one of the park’s beautiful hawks yourself and you’re onto a real beaky blinder of a deal!

Bird of prey experiences are available, such as hawk walks and owl encounters, enabling guests to learn more about the birds and get up close and personal.

Enjoy a 1-hour ‘Hawk Walk’ birds of prey experience for 1, 2 or 4 people.
Winner of a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2015 with 5* Trip Advisor rating.
Meet and fly a beautiful Harris hawk.
Enjoy the Cheshire countryside and see the birds in their natural habitat.
A real hands-on experience with loads of photo opportunities throughout!

The Merchant
Located at Stockley Working Farm, set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside on the Arley estate. This setting is the perfect environment for their magnificent birds of prey and purpose built centre. Offering you a unique hands on falconry encounter in a professional yet personal manner.

All Stockley Birds of Prey experiences begin with a tour of the aviaries and a short introduction to the birds of prey you will be encountering during your experience.

The Small Print
Voucher expires 90 days after purchase.
Booking required by phone on 07706 587 024.
24-hour cancellation policy.
Valid Sat-Sun 9am-3pm. Other Days available upon request.
Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
£10 surcharge per spectator, payable direct to the merchant.
Valid on option purchased only.

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