International Centre for Birds of Prey

The International Centre for Birds of Prey is a bird of prey sanctuary near Newent in Gloucestershire. This attraction has bird aviaries set amongst landscaped gardens and displays around 250 birds of more than 70 different species of bird of prey including owls, eagles, falcons, vultures and buzzards.  The birds are flown in public displays 3 times a day.  Private sessions can be negotiated.

Address: Boulsdon House, Newent GL18 1JJ
T: 01531 820286
E: info@icbp.org

Open: 7 days a week 10.30 am – 5.30 pm from 1 February – 30th November (closing at 4.30 during the darker months)

Entry cost: Adult £12.50 with Giftaid, Concession £10.50 with Giftaid, Child (4+) £7, Family tickets and Group Rates also available.

Useful info: Flying display times are usually at 11.30am, 2pm and 4.15pm through the summer, but when the clocks change for the winter, they fly at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

It’s well worth booking a private flying session if you have a viable group size.  Contact the ICBP directly for information.

ARISS - Condor
ARISS - Condor
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ARISS - Hovering Kestrel
ARISS - Hovering Kestrel
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ARISS - Boobook Owl
ARISS - Boobook Owl
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ARISS - Ural Owls 6 wks old
ARISS - Ural Owls 6 wks old
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HOLLIS - The red kite (Milvus milvus)
HOLLIS - The red kite (Milvus milvus)
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HOLLIS - Steller's Sea Eagle landing
HOLLIS - Steller's Sea Eagle landing
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HOLLIS - Ural owl in flight
HOLLIS - Ural owl in flight
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ARISS - Verreaux’s Eagle
ARISS - Verreaux’s Eagle
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