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The Hawk Conservancy Trust is an award winning visitor attraction set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow, there are over 130 birds of prey on view, from the tiny Pygmy Owl to the impressive Steller's Sea Eagles! Many of these birds are...more
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Lived in the area for years but never been before. Bought as a family gift. Came away wondering why took so long to discover this amazing place. The whole day was structured with demonstrations, talks and activities, with plenty of free time in between. The...More
We decided to visit again for my boyfriend’s birthday today. We were not disappointed and no matter how many times we have been we still got such a kick out of the displays.
The weather was a mixed bag but the feathers restaurant was as...More
We had an excellent afternoon visiting the hawk conservancy. The flying displays were superb,we especially liked the owl flying display and the staff giving the talks are very knowledgable and interesting.
We've been before a few years ago and just as good as I remember. Flying displays are great and our boys (6&9) loved having the Vulchers skim across their heads. Really friendly staff and good facilities.
Second visit within 6 months booked and bought owls by moonlight for my mother as a Xmas present. She loved it as did I, this place is a must. If your local or just hosting the area go! Support the trust, a speacil mention to...More
A superb day out with different displays at regular intervals throughout the day. These are accompanied by clear audible commentary full of interesting information about the individual birds and their species. Super opportunities to get really close to the birds and even try flying a...More
We spent a lovely day at the Hawk Conservancy yesterday 11/03/2019. We live in Andover nearby, so not far to travel. It's been part of our history having spent days with our kids there over the past 30 or so year, as well as taking...More
We have visited the Hawk Conservancy Trust on a number of occasions over many years, but this was our first visit since all the many improvements. We can honestly say that rather than spoil a sentimental view of what used to be a small, family...More
A must see place if you love your birds of prey! A fantastic team doing a great job protecting and helping birds of prey. The staff are great and the displays are wonderful, a family friendly place that everyone will enjoy. I’ve been twice but...More
First time here today and it wont be the last.
These birds are a fantastic and thd staff are a credit to the birds.
So so happy to ask questions and you can clearly see there are so passionate about what they do.
Response from HawkConservancy | Property representative |
Hi, you can visit the Hawk Conservancy Trust for a day without booking in advance, you can simply pay at the gate and there is a timetable of activities that take place throughout the day that can be found on our website... More
Hi, you can visit the Hawk Conservancy Trust for a day without booking in advance, you can simply pay at the gate and there is a timetable of activities that take place throughout the day that can be found on our website under the Visit tab under Daily Activities.
If you are interested in taking part in an experience, these need to be booked in advance and you can do this by calling us on 01264 773850. There are more details about our experiences on our website under the Visit tab under Experiences.
Response from Redkitewatcher64 | Property representative |
There are picnic benches under a covered area opposite the main restaurant. Also as long as the corporate room the Griffon Rooms are not in use there are tables and chairs in the there. Picnic tables under tress at top of... More
There are picnic benches under a covered area opposite the main restaurant. Also as long as the corporate room the Griffon Rooms are not in use there are tables and chairs in the there. Picnic tables under tress at top of the grounds