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The Hawk Walk

By Linda Tancs

Established in 1967, the International Centre for Birds of Prey is the world’s oldest and largest center dedicated to birds of prey–owls, hawks, eagles, kites and vultures.  Now shared across two locations in the U.K. (Newent and Duncombe), this epicenter for raptor breeding and conservation offers three different flying displays daily.  Most of the trained birds are located at the Hawk Walk.  Head for the flying fields at the end of the walk.  Awash in daffodils this time of year, the flying demonstrations and natural surroundings are a photographer’s delight.


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