We have just added:

18 Llama and 4 Alpaca to our collection.

Including a baby Llama just born on 29th June 2018

They have all join had a clean bill of health from our vets and we are mid way through clipping their feet and teeth and shearing their fibre


Photography workshops on 28th July 2018

Our new dates for our Birds Of Prey Photography Days and Workshops are as follows:

July 28th 2018

Aug 4th 2018

Aug 25th 2018

Sept 1st 2018

Sept 23rd 2018

Oct 6th 2018

Oct 27th 2018

Prices are only £60 per person

A £20 deposit secures your place

Our days start at 9:15 am finishing around 12:30 pm

You will be able to photograph our birds of prey and owls in our natural farmland style surroundings using natural props, and photograph some of them free flying untethered and without jesses.

These photography days are suitable for complete beginners to seasoned professionals and we are on hand throughout the day to help and assist you, whether it’s camera settings or composition.

For more information take a look at our new dedicated photography workshop website, or to book your place send us a message to


We Fly a variety of birds every day at 1pm

*weather permitting


Barn owl

Boobook owl


Tawny owl

Great grey owl

European eagle owl



Lanner falcon

All flown with no leather anklets or training, all free flying

Get close and very personal with our birds

New to East Yorkshire

We’re delighted to announce that we have added 2 new birds to our collection.

2 x 5 year old female Ostrich.

The ostrich or common ostrich (Struthio camelus) is either one or two species of large flightless birds native to Africa, the only living member(s) of the genus Struthio, which is in the ratite family. In 2014, the Somali ostrich (Struthio molybdophanes) was recognized as a distinct species.

It is distinctive in its appearance, with a long neck and legs, and can run at up to about 70 km/h (19 m/s; 43 mph),the fastest land speed of any bird.

The common ostrich is the largest living species of bird and lays the largest eggs of any living bird.

They are also the only ‘Dangerous wild animal’ on public display in the whole of East Yorkshire, one step closer to becoming Bridlington zoological park in 2019