For a small entrance fee you are granted access to a wide sample of the native birds of prey (owls, hawks, ealges, buzzards, etc). The establishment isn't very large, so it will not take your entire day, but there are such interesting specimens that you'll like stay for a bit just to see them. We ended up staying for about 30-45 minutes, which included asking the local staff questions about certain species, the enclosures, and procedures for feeding, etc. Whiile you risk missing some of the owls (they may be out and visable or in their hut hiding duriing the day), you'll see all the eagles, buzzards and hawks without issue. Considering this is right next to the Loch Lomond aquarium and boat ride - it is not hard to find an excuse to come see this establishment. Of note: it is all privately funded and your entrance fee goes towards the care and feeding of these magnificant creatures, some of which are rescues from owners who got in over their head.
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