Eagle Heights is one of the UK's largest Bird of Prey Centres, with a collection of approximately 100 raptors. This includes over 50 species, many of which are now breeding at the centre or can be seen flying in daily demonstrations.
They have also become a wildlife sanctuary and housemany different species of animals, including Meerkats,
ervals, other mammals, Reptiles, Birds and more!
The Husky Summer Camp is also based at Eagle Heights and featured on our site from the below links. This offers a unique teepee stay round a campfire with a husky encounter!
Eagle Heights is actively working on wildlife conservation in the UK and are also assisting with conservation in West Africa.
The centre offers a number of experiences that we have added links to below and plan to arrange some events for the summer so keep an eye out!
The centre is a great, fun and interactive day out for everyone so pay them a visit, you won't be disappointed!
Experiences and Packages
Eagle Heights started in 1996 as a philanthropic family and friends’ organisation. It gained foundation status in 2014. Eagle Heights was founded by Alan Ames who, now approaching 60, has decided to retire from the day to day running and concentrate on visiting school children ‘bringing science alive’ as he has done for 25 years. Day to day running is now undertaken by his son Jonathan, daughter Samantha and their capable team. Jonathan and Samantha have been part of Eagle Heights from the start and have the knowledge and skills to continue the Foundation for the next generation.