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.
Turbary Woods

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Message posted by Davefhh on 13September2008 at 9:31pm - IP Logged
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If you have nothing to do get yourself down to Turbary. For a small entrance fee which goes towards caring and feeding the vast array of owls and birds of prey wander around this woodland setting admiring over 50 of these magnificent birds. Get there at the right time and relax and enjoy the free flying display, 2pm daily weather permitting, which can last anything up to 2 hours with a wide variety of owls and birds being flown. The sanctuary is run entirely by a dedicated team of volunteers who give their time freely to care for the birds and maintain the surroundings. A really enjoyable day or afternoon out in pleasant surroundings.

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thanks for your caring comments,

please keep coming down

and a big thank you to al the team

without you turarywoods would be closed,

you know who you are

keep up the great work

andy



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hi i went down to turbarywoods owl and bird of pray i had a grate day deffo worth the money i loved every min i was there if u have nothing to do get ur self down there for a good family day out the money that u pay goes towords look after the birds

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