Extended Bird of Prey Experience for Photographers

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Extended Bird of Prey Experience for Photographers

75.00

Looking for an opportunity to test your photography skills on birds of prey? With our variety of birds, including falcons, hawks and owls, you can be sure of getting some impressive shots when you come for this extended bird of prey experience.

Designed for any level of photographer, this is a chance for you to get up close to some of Nature’s most beautiful creatures for a magical, memorable photographic session.

  • Session lasts up to 2 hours

  • Price is per person

  • Ideal for novice and advanced photographers, photography clubs welcome

  • Recommended maximum number of participants: 10

  • Discount for groups of 5 participants or more

  • Prefer to have gift card for this? Gift cards from £20

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What will my extended bird of prey experience for photographers include?

Typically, this extended bird of prey experience includes:

  • an exclusive experience. It will only be you or your group here, so no-one to disrupt your scene-setting

  • a static and /or flying display, depending on your preference

  • an introduction to the birds and an overview of the ancient sport of falconry

  • your chance to fill your lens with owls, hawks and falcons

  • a stunning backdrop for your images: our flying field has field and forest backdrops and plenty of open sky

We can tailor this experience to you own wish-list of birds of prey. For example, you can choose to spend your time focusing more on owls or falcons and hawks - just let us know when you book. We can manage the flying sessions to encourage the birds to fly directly over your head and can also arrange for the closest of encounters - static on on the glove.

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