North Somerset Bird Of Prey Centre
North Somerset Bird Of Prey Centre

North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre

Smallway Leisure Park



BS49 5AA


License no: 80551

Breeding License: 35243

07557 785621

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Please contact 07557 785621 and leave a message for availability and bookings or email us at


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How to find us

North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre
Smallway Leisure Park



BS49 5AA


We are located on the Smallway Retail Park which is on the same side of the road and in between Cadbury Garden Centre and Cadbury House Hotel on the Smallway road in Congresbury.


The visitor centre is through Mendip conservatories and right next to Heathers Coffee Shop.

 Just follow our signs!


Hawk Walks and Hunting Days are ran from Banwell Castle.  If you are unsure where your experience is taking place please call to check with the falconer before setting out.


Late arrivals for experiences will be turned away.


There is no need to pre book for visits on our open days.




Phone:    07557 785621   call us and leave your name and number for a call back


We will not be able to answer the phone whilst experiences are taking place as our attention is with our customers.  Please leave your name and number and we will call you back at our earliest opportunity.  Alternatively please email us at





There is free parking to the front of the Smallway Leisure Park site.




There are hand washing facilities at the centre. Toilets as well as a dedicated disabled toilet are just outside the main entrance at Heather's Coffee Shop.


Disabled access


Here at the North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre we try to make ourselves wheelchair-friendly. The paths are generally quite firm and all one level across the whole centre.  There is a slight slope up to our flying arena. Mobility scooters (or an enthusiastic wheelchair pusher!) will be fine.  However if you are finding it difficult to push or negotiate your way around the centre our staff and volunteers are pleased to be able to assist if help is needed - just give us a shout!  We can accommodate wheelchair users on our Owl Experience, Bird of Prey Encounter and Falconry Day experiences.


Assistance Dogs


As a rule we do not allow dogs or other animals into the Centre as they can frighten or upset the birds, however guide dogs will be allowed in if we are warned in advance.  We do apologise, but with wildlife, such as birds of prey, we do need some advance warning.  During the flying you may be asked to sit at the back, a little away from the birds so they are not distracted by an unfamiliar dog.



What can we do to help?



As a non for profit organisation we really rely on help from the kind public to help us with our rescue and rehabilitation work.  Since 2015 we have managed to help 62 injured wild birds of prey and other neglected animals and this number is ever growing. It simply would not be possible without your help and support so thank you.


If you would like to help the centre there are many ways in which you can;


? Donations allow us to offer medical help to any wild bird of prey that needs it. Donations of towels and blankets are just as important at this time of year


? Experience days. Book on one of our experiences to meet our birds of prey up close. Your money goes straight back into the centre to allow us to care for more sick and injured wildlife


? Amazon wish list. We’ve compiled a list of useful items we need. Everything from medical and cleaning equipment to enrichment and toys for the animals in our care. Staritng from just a few pounds, everything, no matter how small, really does make a difference…/wishlist/29QN…/ref=cm_wl_huc_view


?? Find us on social media. Simply liking and sharing our posts helps spread the word about what we do and helps us educate people on the wildlife around us. You can find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


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