North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre
Smallway Leisure Park
Zoo License: 2021/38241
For alll bookings, enquires and injured wildlife please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see our 'News & Updates' section for ways to support us with our work, for latest Covid-19 and Avian Influenza restrictions and how your bookings made be effected.
Found a injured wild bird of prey?
- Gently place a blanket over the injured bird and pick it up
- Place the Bird in a well ventilated darkened cardboard box. Line with a towel or newspaper.
- Do not attempt to feed or offer water as this can be detrimental and may delay any treatment we can provide.
Email email@example.com with the following details and we will arrange a time for you to drop off the bird or if possible we will collect.
- Your contact details including name, address and telephone number.
- Birds details including where it was found, any obvious injuries and if possible a photograph to ID.
All rescue and rehabilitation work is self funded by NSBOPC, we receive no government grants or funding. If you would like to support our work please consider sending a donation or purchasing an Experience Day
Experience Days & Private bookings have resumed and are available all year round,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries and to book.
We are not open for general admission but we are running our Open Days on selected dates from September. Check our 'Open Days' section for more details.
Please visit the 'News & Updates' section of this website for the latest information with regards to bookings, Covid-19 procedures, and latest Avian Influenza news.
We kindly ask all customers to please email if you wish to make a booking or enquiry and we will reply as soon as we can. Please do not to telephone or turn up at the visitors’ centre. We have limited staff, who are prioritising our experience days and daily animal care. We also need to email important information to all customers regarding their booking to ensure you have the most up to date information prior to your visit. Our email is email@example.com
Thank you for your understanding.
Our Aims and Objectives;
Conservation of Birds of Prey through public education, captive breeding,
treatment and rehabilitation of wild injured birds of prey.
We are a small zoo with a big heart, offering unforgettable up close encounters and spectacular shows. Our main visitors centre is open to the public for limited dates each year, please see our 'Open Days' section for more details. We run Experience Days, Outreach visits and Educational sessions all year round where you can get up close to our Birds of Prey and other animals. Please see our 'Experience Days' and 'Educational Sessions & Events' sections for more details on the different experiences and bookings we offer.
Education is on going to all visitors. The Centre undertakes more in depth education to specific groups and parties, from schools to universities and offers off-site lectures and teaching.
The Centre continues its captive breeding aims; to research species; breed from species not previously understood; maintain the collection and provide birds for demonstrations, both in the U.K and further afield.
We are a fully licensed zoo and we are fully insured. We are passionate about educating people about birds of prey and the challenges they face in the wild. We strongly believe children are the future, and a child who grows up loving nature and wanting to save it, will be an adult that takes action.
Our Experience Days operate all year round!
Experiences can booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
All of our experiences are fun, educational and very hands on.
From Owl Experiences and Falconry Days to Bird of Prey
Encounters and Meet the Animals Experiences, we have something for everyone to enjoy!
Experience vouchers can also be purchased as gifts which are valid for 12 months.
Visit our 'Experiences and Gift Vouchers' section to find our more.
We also hold limited Open Days each year at our visitors centre!
As well as running Experience days throughout the year, we also open our doors to our visitors centre on certain days each year where you will be able to....
~ Meet over 60 resident birds of prey including eagles, vultures, kites, falcons, hawks and owls.
~ Find out about our exotic mammals from foxes and skunks, to marmosets and meerkats,
at our amazing feeding shows and talks.
~ We also have a variety of reptiles and creepy
crawlies who may make appearances throughout the day!
Please visit our 'Open Days' section for timings, admission prices and
all events happening throughout each of our open days.
As of 1st Arpil 2019, all Animal Activities must be licensed which includes animal encounters, village fetes and fairs, bird of prey displays, educational talks for schools and childrens groups, animal therapy visits to hospitals and care homes, childrens parties, etc.
If there is an animal involved in anyway, then the company requires this license. This is to ensure higher welfare standards for the animals being used and greater public safety.
We are a fully licensed zoo; 2021/38241
We are also fully insured.
If booking a company that has animals, please ensure they are licensed as it is now a legal requirement. Anyone operating without this license will be doing so illegally and their Public Libility Insurance will aslo be void.