Absolutely fascinating hands on experience + contributing to a great cause.
Most of the birds are undegoing rehabilitstion prior to release. i dont know if the show birds are in this category. I am sure I asked this question but I was way to pumped up to remember the answer now. The show is almost as good as any show at a decent birdparks but the difference is the size of the audience. whilst a show at a birdpark will have hundreds if not thousands of spectators, there were only 7 the day we went to 'Raptors'.
Whilst the number of bigger birds on show were limited, the smaller ones and the owls at very close proximity ( on your arm or your wrist most of teh time) more than adiquately filled in the void. And the children loved it.
While the Raptors show will always be that in size and/or performers, I really dont mind as its objective of its existence is conservation..education and adrenelin rushes are only the by products.
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