NewsNational Centre for Birds of Prey

A party of clients, staff and volunteers recently enjoyed a visit to the National Centre for Birds of Prey at Duncombe Hall, Helmsley.

They were treated to a flying display including the Sea Eagle the largest resident bird of prey at the centre, a short eared Owl, a Buzzard and a Falcon that kept its audience in anticipation of its return to the display arena.

An enthuisiast member of staff then gave a short talk on the the valuable work they do at the centre in preserving endangered species and how they manage their varied collection of Owls, Kestrels, Buzzards, Eagles, Vultures and Falcons etc .

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