As recently seen on BBC1’s Countryfile, we are delighted to welcome back Wings Of Wales to St Donat’s on Tuesday 16th April for morning and afternoon birds of prey demonstrations.
Come along and learn more from Lewis Phillips about these amazing raptors! You can watch eagles in action, witness the silent flight of owls and thrill at the high speeds reached by falcons. Wings of Wales have worked around the world for the conservation of birds of prey and have many years of falconry experience. Wings of Wales are currently working with Wilder Britain to reintroduce species such as the Golden Eagle back into Wales.
Weather permitting; the flying demonstration will take place on the beautiful Top Lawn of St Donat’s Castle, overlooking the sea.
Things to remember:
- This is an outdoors event so please dress accordingly and bring umbrellas just in case!
- This is a standing event
- There is a short interval, light refreshments will be available to purchase
- In the event of extreme weather, this event will be held indoors in the
Glassroom of St Donats Arts Centre
- Complimentary car parking is available onsite
- Booking in advance only