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Eagles Flying, Ballymote

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Wildlife Area
Shows start at 11 am and 3 pm every day.

The centre is open to the public everyday (including weekends and bank holidays) from the 1st of April to the 7th of November.
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  • This is an amazing attraction. Beautiful location in Ballymote. The owners and staff were so friendly, welcoming and informative. A rare chance to get up close to beautiful Eagles, falcons hawks and o...  more »
  • Amazing place. Staff are very helpful and friendly, answering any questions you may have. Great experience for any age group. Would recommend it to anyone who's thinking of visiting. Well worth the tr...  more »
  • i went with my brother, niece and nephew and loved every second. i have also been there with my hubby and have brought visitors from the USA and Europe.(everyone loved it) From the walk in, seeing all...  more »
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  • GO. We had some lovely surprises at this rescue centre for birds and animals. The 'show' was very good...it's set in a large comfortable garden with nice old trees and happy animals... expect large low flying birds. Even the many small children in the audience didn't cry or get upset as we waited or listened. If you are in the area, I definitely recommend going.
  • This was an excellent experience with the kids. Loads of birds to see in their roosts. The demonstration show had 5-6 birds of prey presented by a very knowledgeable and funny host. The kids got a chance to hold an owl on their arm. The petting zoo had a lot of pigs, goats, rabbits and assortment of other animals. They had a fox and raccoon brought ought to view and feed. They also had lizards and snakes. We will definitely go back.
  • A great show. The birds are amazing. They also have a great variety of animals which are very tame, miniature ponies, raccoon, fox, rabbits, black pigs not to mention ferrets, ducks, chickens of all varieties, peacocks etc,etc. A great treat for kids, but adults as well.
  • Amazing place to learn about birds of prey. First and foremost a research facility, birds are well looked after and not forced to perform for visitors. Employees seem to have a good relationship with the birds and convey a message of understanding and respect for them.
  • Good for families with small children. Great variety of animals. Interactive show with the birds of prey.