The Hawk Conservancy Trust

The Hawk Conservancy Trust

Overview

Set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow, there are over 150 birds of prey on view, from the tiny Pygmy Owl to the impressive Steller's Sea Eagles.

Open all week 10am - 5:30pm

Hostels nearby

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YHA Cholderton

Private rooms available
En suite rooms available
Free wi-fi

The Hawk Conservancy Trust

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Map references

OS Grid Ref: SU306455

Lat/Lng: 51.274698, -1.488032

Contact information

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