Some Falconry Myths This short blog aims to bust a few misconceptions about the art of falconry and address some myths which raise the question, ‘Is falconry cruel?’ As with all types of domesticated animal care, there are those who abuse the privilege and do not properly look after their birds, keeping them in poor
Childrens Falconry Parties We offer falconry experiences for childrens parties for birthdays and special occasions. For something unique why not book one of our Hawks at Home falconry party packages suitable for kids or adults. We bring our hawks, owls and falcons to your back garden for a private falconry experience in your own
Why are pigeons so difficult to deal with and how do I get rid of them? Think pigeons are stupid? Think Again! Feral pigeons are one of the most intelligent and successful species of bird. Almost anywhere in the World you will find pigeons living amongst us, in towns and cities. People often refer to
Why Stop Seagulls Nesting? Gulls can be unwanted guests when they turn up each year en-masse to nest on the roof of your business. Their nests are large and made from twigs, grass and moss, blocking gutters, possibly leading to flooding of buildings. Their mess can deteriorate building structures, erode car paint and look very
Effective Use of Falconry For Pigeon Control Scaring pigeons away using hawks and falcons is one natural way to deal with the problem of pest birds. But flying birds of prey to clear pigeons is only effective when carried out in the correct way. The most appropriate birds must be used to suit the conditions.
For bird control of pigeons and seagulls on large sites, our falcons are great for covering a lot of ground quickly and clearing large areas. Pigeons are fast, flying at up to 65 mph, so it makes sense to employ the fastest creature on the planet to clear them! Peregrines are the natural predator of
Come and join the fun at Queen Elizabeth Country Park on their Visitors’ Centre Open Day on 19th October and meet the Urban Wings birds of prey! We’ll be there to talk about our ‘Walk with a Hawk’ falconry experiences which we operate at the park. You’ll meet some of our birds of prey and