About National Centre for Birds of Prey
Hidden away in the veteran oak woodland and rolling parkland of Duncombe Park is the largest collections of birds of prey on the north of England.
Housed in over 50 spacious enclosures you’ll find everything from tiny owls to the world’s largest eagles.
The captive breeding programme concentrates on the breeding of declining and endangered species.
There is a team of trained birds who fly freely for our visitors every day.