WELCOME TO FOREST FALCONRY

Forest Falconry, based on the Hampshire & Wiltshire border is a totally ‘hands on’ Falconry Experience day, giving you the chance to experience the thrill of flying some of natures finest Birds of Prey! 

You will get up close and personal by handling and training a variety of our magnificent collection of Owls, Hawks, Falcons and Eagles. 

Our aim is to provide our guests with a greater understanding of birds of prey, including their Welfare and Conservation, the physical attributes of each species and how they have evolved to meet specific needs for survival.

Your exceptional day will take place in the wildlife haven settings of the breath-taking New Forest at Wiltshire. We guarantee it will be a day you will never forget! (Please note-we do not allow children under 13 and strictly no dogs are allowed on site) We are easily accessed from the M27/ A36

The New Forest, once a royal hunting ground for William the Conqueror, became a national park in 2005. It is made up of huge areas of woodland, heathland and river valleys. Deer, ponies and cattle continue to wander free in the heaths and woodland.

Falconry Experience Days

Falconry was introduced to Europe circa 400 AD when Huns and Alans invaded from the East. In more recent history, falconry became popular as a sport of kings.

Meet the Flying Team

The undisputed stars of the show! With binocular vision, powerful talons and merciless hunting skills, birds of prey are the masters of the skies. Powerful wings combined with the skills to use thermals, the wind and the landscape enable graceful airborne acrobatics.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about booking one of our Falconry Experience Days, Want to know more about our Birds of Prey or wish to speak to a member of our team about specific requirements then please get in touch.

Contact Us

Your exceptional day will take place in the wildlife haven settings of  the breath-taking New Forest at Wiltshire. We guarantee it will be a day you will never forget! (Please note-we do not allow children under 13 and strictly no dogs are allowed on site) We are easily accessed from the M27/ A36

We are closed until the 5th December for lockdown