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All reviews birds of prey free entry owl sanctuary festival park lovely place well worth a visit beautiful birds hidden gem on display no charge run by volunteers free attraction a hoot shopping centre minute walk little girl answer any questions
Visited today with my 7 year old daughter. We got to hold a barn owl and a screech owl which she was pleased about. We met the owner Malcom who is a lovely man and really makes you feel welcome! Please donate as much as...More
Being the only owl Sanctuary in South Wales this place is certainly worth the time an effort to go visit. It's a hidden gem in the country side that offers a different experience to most activities in the area, and best of all it's free!...More
An amazing place, run by the modest Malcolm who has developed this sanctuary purely with passion.
The amount of volunteer support is evidence of the very altruistic nature of this place.
Free to enter but would heavily recommend a donation, you are greeted by friendly...More
Always good to spend half an hour or so at this special attraction. My little girl (4) loves it! She can even hold one or two of the birds while wearing a gauntlet. Very interesting, I visit quite regularly.
We visited today with our 2 year old and she got to stroke a barn owl. Amazing to think these birds have been rescued and being rehabilitated if needed. The volunteer took time to tell us about barn owls. The eagle owls were quite literally...More
Fantastic day had by our members at the amazing Owl Sanctuary! We would highly recommend this wonderful rescue to home educators. The volunteers were outstanding, highly knowledgeable and engaging with the children, going above and beyond. It’s take a special kind of person to stand...More
I was shopping in the shopping centre and the Owl Santuary had some birds there for shoppers to see. When I could walk I visited the Santuary down below and it was worth the effort. All parents should take their children to see them, a...More