Eagle Heights should be thought of as a work in progress rather than a slick visitor centre. Although it is starting to look a bit run down, really the draw is the birds and animals.
There was no Cheetah this time and there were only two Meerkats.
There was a great birds of prey demonstration, with knowledgeable, interested staff who also added a bit of humour to the proceedings. The flying display was close-up and spectacular. You actually feel as if those massive wing-spanned eagles are wild, flying free across the valley just behind the Eagle Heights site. The keepers clearly have a very close relationship with the birds, and a real passion and love for them. Moreover, they communicate that, as well as all the fascinating facts.
The cafe is OK with a home made vibe, very nice cake.
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