The Birds

At the centre we have a collection of over 100 birds of prey on view to the public for all over the world covering almost all of the family groups giving you the chance to see hot lots of different birds live work and behave in the wild.

Some of the birds at the centre are for breeding purposes ensuring the captive gene pools are maintained but the bulk of the collection is used for flying in our displays These are ambassador birds helping us to educate the public in our daily displays and and giving people the chance to appreciate them up close on our hands on experiences.

At any time we are flying around 30 different birds a day in our demonstrations and experiences, below is a brief selection of the birds you will be meeting when you visit.

List of species that you will encounter at Millets falconry

EAGLES

Bald Eagle

Tawny Eagle

Chilean Blue Eagle

BUZZARDS

Common Buzzard

Ferruginous Buzzard

HAWKS

Goshawk

Sparrowhawk

Harris Hawk

FALCONS

Peregrine Falcon

Lanner Falcon

Saker Falcon

Gyr hybrid Falcon

Red footed Falcon

Kestrel

OWLS

Barn Owl

Tawny Owl

Burrowing Owl

Boobook Owl

White faced Owl

Hawk Owl

Snowy Owl

Chaco Owl

Ural Owl

Great Grey Owl

European eagle Owl

Spotted eagle Owl

Bengal eagle Owl

Great horned Owl

VULTURES

Turkey Vulture

White backed Vulture

KITES

Yellow billed kite

Black shouldered kite

CARA CARA’S

Striated Caracara

Yellow headed Caracara