About Falconry Days
Tucked away in a beautiful unspoilt corner of Northumberland and set in fifty acres of private grounds on the edge of the famous Pennine Way you will find a family business with a real passion for birds of prey. Experience has taught us that lots of people from all walks of life share a similar fascination of Birds Of Prey.
It is our aim at Falconry Days to unlock some of the mystery and allow you to get really close to these amazing creatures and at the same time promote the sport and well being of birds of prey, both in the wild and in captivity.
Falconry days is not a visitor centre with birds of prey in cages for people to walk around unaccompanied and just look at; we are an activity centre and school for falconry with over 60 fully trained working birds that we manage and fly on a daily basis.
We are Not a Zoo and do not require a Zoo licence, we do not keep birds or animals in cages.
At Falconry Days our conservation work is real, we will help to rescue any wild bird of prey and try to get the bird back into the wild, we have put up bird boxes for both birds of prey and song birds, we make all our Falconry experience days educational with the hope that people understand more about our native species and the plight of birds of prey bought as pets.
So whether your interest is in falconry, bird watching, wildlife or just being out in beautiful countryside, Falconry Days will have something of interest to offer you.
Please note we do not allow spectators.