Join the branch for bird displays, a talk and a tour
The Wessex branch welcomes members and their family and friends to this exciting day out at The Hawk Conservancy Trust
. The Hawk Conservancy Trust has three aims, conservation, education and rehabilitation. It is the home of the National Bird of Prey Hospital as well as the base for many research projects, both nationally and globally. Open daily to the public, there is a rolling programme of bird displays and other activities. The programme for the day will include a private talk from the hospital and collection manager and a lecture from Dr Campbell Murn FRSB (school of biological sciences, University of Reading) on his research work with vultures.
Participants may choose to bring a packed lunch and drink or to buy lunch in the restaurant on site, however, tea and coffee will be provided.
10:00 Arrival at the Trust - meet and greet in the Griffon Rooms with tea and coffee
10:20 Welcome from Dr Campbell Murn FRSB with an overview of the day.
10:30 Hospital talk by Cedric Robert, National Bird of Prey Hospital™ & Collection Manager
11:30 Wings of Africa display
12:15 Opportunity to meet a bird
12:30-13:45 Break for lunch
14:00-14:45 Valley of the Eagles display
15:00 Fly a Harris' Hawk
15:30 Lecture from Dr Campbell Murn
16:20 Final Q&A and departures - Guests are welcome to stay to see the Brilliant Bird Brains talk
Booking and cost
This event costs £22.50 per person or £10 for a child (under 15), with advance booking essential at the top of the page. If the link is not visible this event is fully booked.
If you have any booking or website queries contact Ellie Oakley at firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 020 3925 3444.