Based in Andover, Hampshire, the Hawk Conservancy Trust is a fantastic, full day out for all the family. There are up to three world-class flying displays each day and over 130 birds of prey on view. Every visitor can meet a British bird of prey and adults can even fly a Harris’s Hawk, all part of the Trust’s full daily timetable.
New for 2017 is keeper’s talk ‘An audience with Madeleine, the Secretary Bird’. Plus intrepid adventurers can hunt for clues, stamps and answers to fill their passport as part of new Young Explorer’s Trail for 2017 (with the ultimate aim of winning a special prize!).
Bring the family to the Hawk Conservancy Trust for a day in the country; to have fun, to learn, to be inspired and to be amazed.
For those brave enough, book tickets to the Trust’s wickedly spook-tacular family Owl-O-Ween event on Saturday 28 October. Children can create their own spooky crafts, listen to some ghostly story-telling and marvel at owls as they put on a beautiful flying display against the backdrop of the moonlit Silver Birch Glade Arena.
*(tickets valid for two adults and two children, aged 4-15)
See the terms and conditions of the prize:
If the winner of the prize is unable to attend the Owl-O-Ween event on Saturday 28 October 2017, they will be able to select either two tickets to an ‘Owls by Moonlight’ event or a family ticket to a ‘breakfast or tea with Father Christmas’ event. See more here.
This competition closes before midnight on Monday 11 September 2017.
Simply, answer this question correctly and you could be the winner of this great prize:
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