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Birds of Prey at Oxford Castle & Prison

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Get up close with magnificent birds of prey at Oxford Castle & Prison.

Experience the thrill of being a medieval falconer and get up close and personal with magnificent birds of prey.

You’ll witness these magnificent creatures soaring through the air, diving for their prey, and showing off their incredible hunting skills.

Choose from a Handling Session, with a chance to hold and admire the birds up close; or take part in a Flying Session, where you’ll be able to fly these incredible birds under the close supervision of expert handlers.

22 July and 2 September

Tickets £4 for handling sessions, £16 Flying sessionsHandling sessions suitable for all ages, Flying Sessions min age 6+

www.oxfordcastleandprison.co.uk

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