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Hawk Conservancy Trust

#1 of 21 things to do in Andover Features Animals
Sarson Lane | Weyhill, Andover SP11 8DY, England
+44 1264 773850
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Always fabulous

This is the second time we have visited the Hawk Conservancy, the first being in the dead of... read more

Reviewed today
JoeyRoey
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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What great shows

Such a great day out for all ages Lovely cafe, easy parking , friendly staff Easy wheelchair... read more

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claire640
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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The Hawk Conservancy Trust is an award winning visitor attraction set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow, there are over 130 birds of prey on view, from the tiny Pygmy Owl to the impressive Steller's Sea Eagles! Many of these birds are involved in the spectacular daily flying displays in one of the three flying arenas, whilst others are part of important breeding or environmental enrichment projects. Every visitor can meet a British bird of prey and there are extra activities during weekends and school holidays. The Hawk Conservancy Trust is a conservation charity with a mission to conserve birds of prey. The Trust has worked in the fields of conservation, education, rehabilitation and research of birds of prey for many years.
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Sarson Lane | Weyhill, Andover SP11 8DY, England
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Reviewed today via mobile

This is the second time we have visited the Hawk Conservancy, the first being in the dead of winter, and both trips have been really awesome. The collection of healthy alert birds is really outstanding and the displays - run by passionate, informed, entertaining, lively...More

Thank JoeyRoey
Reviewed today via mobile

Such a great day out for all ages Lovely cafe, easy parking , friendly staff Easy wheelchair access Funny informative natural child friendly shows and talks We will be going back soon !!

Thank claire640
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Had a wonderful day yesterday on an experience day. Despite rain, thunder, lightening and hail, the experience was great. Managed to fly a wide variety of birds. Staff friendly and knowledgable. Walter the large grey owl and the vultures were favourites - highly recommend the...More

Thank Croft1000
Reviewed 3 days ago

We took 12 children from our holiday club here. Everything about our visit was perfect. The children loved everything - collecting stamps on their card, talks, displays ("awesome" and "amazing"), vultures, owls, ferrets, pond-dipping, meerkats, secretary bird, hawks etc. This is our 2nd visit, after...More

Thank gill341
Reviewed 3 days ago

Loved our day out, seeing those kites circling over the meadow, spotting eagles from 1.5 miles away soaring on the thermals towards us and those swooping vultures skimming over our heads, wonderful experience, great staff enthusiasm and facilities

Thank wendybwoo
Reviewed 3 days ago

I had my one year old Granddaughter for the day and thought this would be somewhere we could spend a couple of hours but ended up being there for five hours! At first I thought the admission price was a bit steep but after seeing...More

Thank Nicky7030
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A great place, the birds (which are amazing) are well looked after, the displays are awesome. We had no trouble spending the whole day here with our 12 year old daughter and a picnic. Highly recommended if you love the natural world.

Thank Markandkate1
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The Hawk Conservancy is a wonderful place to see amazing birds of prey. They have a large variety and all are well cared for in excellent living conditions. There are three main displays during each day in three different arenas. In the morning we watched...More

Thank Karen E
Reviewed 4 days ago

What a brilliant place! I was bought a Bird of Prey experience as a present but went earlier in the day to have a look round and honestly, I was worried we would run out of things to see/do. How wrong I was! The flying...More

Thank Waggers74
Reviewed 4 days ago

Spent an amazing four hours here with our 8 year old grandson. The passport book for children is a wonderful idea and assists with their understanding of the birds and is fun to complete. Found the displays of the birds to beautiful music superb and...More

Thank Ann L
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MrsD_0903
3 August 2017|
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Response from HawkConservancy | Property representative |
We have Feathers Restaurant onsite but you are also welcome to bring your own picnics and we have plenty of designated seating picnic benches for anyone who chooses to do just that!
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vlonerg
18 January 2017|
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Response from HawkConservancy | Property representative |
We don't have any shaded kennels for dogs. We do have some parking spaces with shade but these are not prebookable. I hope this gives you the information you require, please let us know if you have any other questions... More
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cockneyshutts
24 September 2016|
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Response from TraceyS1964 | Property representative |
If you are just coming to visit the Trust and see the shows you can pay on the day or can pre- book tickets online. If you wish to attend a hands on experience session they have to be booked in advance
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