We visited the centre on Easter Monday. We enjoyed the display show - there was only a small crowd so we could hear the commentary and the young handlers were funny and informative. The show lasted approximately half an hour. Aside from this, the visit was dire, there were hardly any birds (about 10 in view on perches or in cages + some hidden behind trees - there is a note explaining that they are breeding so need privacy - if we had known there were only 10 birds to see we wouldn't have come!); apart from a sparse park for children there is NOTHING else to do. I'm not including the cafe because we didn't want to spend any more money after each paying our 7 pound fee to a rather brusque woman for very little in return. There are lots of lovely cafes in nearby Settle.
Having been to several birds of prey centres around the country, this is by far the poorest I've seen in terms of birds and value.
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