We got to see a live bird show and the Archives of Falconry tour. This is not a huge venue like an aquarium--expect to see a few (10 or so) birds on display. Make sure you come at a time to see one of the shows/tours. This is a very specialized venue, whose purpose is to raise endangered birds and release them into the wilds. The history of falconry is a niche area, and I loved seeing the art and artistry associated with the sport since the medieval time period. However, you won't see a falconry exhibition of flying birds unless you go in October. Still, a great experience--just know why you are going.
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