What is British Bird of Prey Day?

British Bird of Prey Day is all about inspirig a love for our native raptors and British Birds and wildlife with as many individuals, groups and communities as possible. We are bringing wildlife groups and charities together under one roof for an unforgettable day with native species flying displays, headline guest speakers, stall holders, expert Q&As and more.

As a population, we won’t protect what we don’t care about, and we won’t care about what we don’t know about. So sharing our passion for british birds is core to what we do, and British Bird of Prey Day is the biggest day of the year for the Project.

In 2023 we were thrilled to welcome over 200 of you to the centre throughout the day, and 2024 looks to be an even more exciting event!

What’s on the day?

Saturday the 17th of August 2024

Native species flying displays, Guest Speakers, interactive activities, stallholders and more…

10:30am – Jimmi Hill – introducing the work of Raptor Aid
11am – Flying display 1
12:30pm – Chris Sperring MBE – Long Eared Owls and Whats being done to conserve them
1:30pm – Lily Moffatt – Filming Golden Eagles for BBC Wild Isles
2:30pm – Eagle Re-introduction Wales – Bringing back the White Tailed Sea Eagle to the UK
2:50pm – Flying display 2

Be inspired by British Wildlife.

British Bird of Prey Day 2024 is all lined up to be an UNFORGETTABLE day. Tickets are flying out of the door, no pun intnded, and you will need yours pre-booked in advance to join us on the day. Make sure you book yours here!


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