Turbary Woods offer a unique collection of over 90 birds of prey including eagles, hawks, falcons, owls and more unusual species.
Turbary Woods, Owl & Bird of Prey Sanctuary is based in Preston, Lancashire.
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BBC Breathing Places - Latest News
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Turbary Woods is now registerd with the B.B.C. Breathing places which produces Springwatch & Autumnwatch.

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Turbary visits Spinning Gate Shopping Centre
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This is Knowley and Dora from Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary on display at the Spinning Gate Shopping centre in Leigh.
Worlds First At Turbary
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Andy has been very proud to assist in a world record with his Europen Eagle Owl Checkers, he spent a couple of hours creating this breathtaking video, the very first in world.
New Flying Team Member
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Here is David and Barny, Dave has been made a member of the Flying team at Turbary Woods.
Alex Gets His Wings
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Alex, one of the volunteers at Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary, has finally got his wings.
Molecular Diagnostic Services - Avian Tests
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Molecular Diagnostic Services - Avian Tests: This company is the cheapest and quickest, for Avian D.N.A. sex test's and comes highly recommended by Turbary Woods.
Michael Lends a hand
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We have a photographer called Michael Heald who is coming down regularly to take photo's of our owls and birds of prey.
Wonderful Afternoon at Turbary Woods
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We spent a wonderful afternoon at Turbary Woods last Saturday, lots of beautiful birds and a superb flying display.
Marshall Radio Telemetry
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Turbary Woods would like to thank Marshall Radio Telemetry U.K. for selling us the latest, state of the art telemetry system at a discounted rate to help with the sanctuary.
Another Qualified Member
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Here is Jenny who has been at the sanctuary since last Christmas. Here she is assisting Andy as they fly Shaggy, a Great Gray Owl on the afternoon display.
Frank is back at Turbary
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Frank is back at Turbary, flying Lilo our star Barn Owl. Frank was one of the original volunteers when Turbary opened nearly 6 years ago.
Gyr Falcon Captured
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David and Carol, spent 2 days trying to catch this Gyr/Saker Falcon. It had been loose for a week and was very very hungry.
Fantastic Time at Turbary Woods
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Our eldest daughter flew and fed Knowley and still has the biggest smile on her face.
Saved shipyard falcon makes quick recovery
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A Peregrine falcon accidentally snared by a Barrow shipyard crane has been rehabilitated, to the delight of her rescuers.
Falconry Display at Grange Park Ribbleton
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Falconry Display at Grange Park Interpretation Centre, Ribbleton with five birds from the Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary.

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