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Friday, 15 July 2011

Birds Of Prey

Birds have long been a source of fascination for people around the world and there are thousands of keen bird fans in this country who like nothing more than to watch these magnificent creatures as they soar through the skies. If you know someone with an interest in our feathery friends, then we have a range of birthday gift ideas which will give them the chance to get up close and personal with some of the more unusual and incredible birds around.

Maybe you are trying to find the perfect present for someone who has an affinity with owls, long considered to be the wisest of all birds, not least by such mighty minds as Winnie the Pooh, in which case owl handling experience days is the best way to learn more about these incredible creatures. You can learn about the history of using owls as hunting animals, experience the thrill of holding an owl on your arm and get the chance to fly a selection of owls which might include barn owls and snowy owls.

Perhaps you are searching for birthday gift ideas for a family who are bird mad and would love the excitement of seeing some of the rare species up close, and a trip to the Beamish Wild Birds of Prey Conservation Centre could be just the thing to put a smile on all their faces. The specially designed habitat has been created to ensure that the birds that live there can enjoy their lives as naturally as possible.

There are a wide variety of birds at the centre, including bald eagles, golden eagles, African white backed vultures and Snowy Owls. There are flying demonstrations everyday where you can see what the birds can learn to do and experience some of what they can do, and even have your photo taken with a bird in a unique opportunity which includes the whole family.

Bird lovers everywhere can enjoy a special and fun day out with one of our great birthday gift ideas, whether you want to give someone the chance to experience the thrill of holding a bird of prey or just watch them as they enjoy their natural environment.

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