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ICBP now a charity and still offering a great day out!

International Centre for Birds of Prey Buzzards

Achieving charitable status in January 2015, the International Centre for Birds of Prey near Newent in Gloucestershire, is a thriving and popular tourist attraction which offers a wonderful day out for any age!

Get close to the birds for spectacular photographic opportunities, watch eagles soar, falcons stoop, owls amuse, hawks and vultures entertain. Daily flying demonstrations - whatever the weather - during which the passionate staff will enlighten you with facts about the birds you will see. The first display starts at 11.30am. There are over 250 birds to view from huge eagles to tiny owls, beautiful grounds to explore and relax in peaceful surroundings. Visit in the spring and you will see the baby birds being reared, a sight not to be missed! There are various 'Experience Days' on offer so you can get up close and personal with the birds, or join one of the Owl Evenings throughout the year – vouchers for both of these make wonderfully and unusual presents! All details can be found at

There's a play area for children, picnic facilities, café, shop and large free car park. There's also excellent disabled access.   

The ICBP is open 7 days a week from 1 February until 30 November, from 10.30am. 

The International Centre for Birds of Prey can be found at Boulsdon House, Newent, Gloucesterhire, GL18 1JJ. Follow the signs, NOT the Sat Nav which only gets you close.

Explore Gloucestershire
19 February, 2015

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