Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary, Preston

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Experience majestic flying creatures in a natural woodland setting at Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary. Situated at the rear of a garden center, the sanctuary serves as a rescue and rehabilitation center for over 90 different birds of prey, including hawks, falcons, eagles, and owls. Tour the open-fronted aviaries and witness bird feeding and flight firsthand. Don’t miss the chance to pet the owls or feed the hawks. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary and many more Preston attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Preston travel route site.
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  • Myself and my wife had a great time here. The handlers were very informative and caring for the birds. A great natural habitat for the birds where genuine care and wellbeing for all creatures is... 
    Myself and my wife had a great time here. The handlers were very informative and caring for the birds. A great natural habitat for the birds where genuine care and wellbeing for all creatures is...  more »
  • Had an absolutely fantastic day, the keepers were so welcoming and friendly and the birds are so well looked after. Loved meeting Benny the owl who was absolutely beautiful and Andy was great with... 
    Had an absolutely fantastic day, the keepers were so welcoming and friendly and the birds are so well looked after. Loved meeting Benny the owl who was absolutely beautiful and Andy was great with...  more »
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  • Pretty little place to visit with plenty of birds to view. The volunteers who run the sanctuary clearly love the work they do and that shines through. Very helpful in answering questions. They do have some owls that are not seen so often such as urals. It is a truly pleasant place to visit. We spent a lovely four hours there. Plenty of tree shade, picnic tables. The path is flat although stony and a little uneven. Lovely half day out, doesn't look much as you arrive, but I'd highly recommend a visit.
  • We went this afternoon, took the two kids, my mum and nan... we all loved it, its a fantastic place to visit and we also loved the fairy house trail too 🙂 the only thing that could've made it better, is if there were another flight display in the late afternoon... as we had missed it at lunchtime. We loved the place and would definitely recommend to others. Xx

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