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Birds of Prey Day

Creswell Crags, Crags Road, Welbeck, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 3LH
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Friday 30 August 2019 | 11am - 4pm
Creswell Crags
Entry Free - Tickets for guided walk: Adults £6, Children £4

Come to the Crags and encounter magnificent birds of prey in the care of the friendly falconer, who will tell you all about the birds and the history of using them for hunting.

The birds will be on site from 11am to 4pm. Entry to the site is free of charge and you will be able to see the birds in a static display and meet the falconer as part of this.

At 1pm and 3pm, you can book a ticket to take an (approx) hour long walk with our falconer through the beautiful site. In this time, he will share his knowledge of the hawks, there could be a chance to hold the birds, and see them fly. To take part in this experience, there is a charge of £6 for adults and £4 for children - please book in advance. Call 01909 720378.

There will also be a drawing competition for children, with drawing/colouring materials provided. The best picture of one of the hawks, judged by the falconer at the end of the day, will receive a free family ticket to come back for a cave tours!

[Please note, the exact route and content of the walks will be dependent on conditions on the day. During the walks (from 1pm - 2pm and 3pm - 4pm) there will be no static display of birds as the falconer will be absent.]

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