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Photograph native Birds of Prey

Whether you are an individual photographer wanting to improve your skills or part of a photography group looking to spend some time together shooting your favourite birds of prey, then give us a call.


If you are looking for something more tailored to you we offer daily private sessions that can be designed to fit with whatever type of photograph you would like to get. So if you want static shots, where the birds are seen at their most natural or if you would like to try and get flying photos, we can stage them for as long as you need to get what you want.

We have a wide range of British species of birds so you will have the opportunity to combine a falcon such as a hovering kestrel with the more unusual Golden Eagle or Goshawk. The National Botanic Garden of Wales allows us to create shots across water, flowers and in varying light. You tell us what you are looking for and we will endeavour to accommodate you.


Individual sessions:- £75

2 hours photography time with a dedicated falconer. 


Group sessions:- £400 

Our group sessions are great for photography clubs or just groups of friends who are into wildlife photography. On booking just let the team know if you have any ideas on what you’d like to capture. We can offer a range of static or flying shots across beautiful locations at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. These are recommended for group of up to 20-25 (approx) to ensure you receive the best experience.


All sessions include access to the centre for the remainder of the day including all flying demonstrations. Exact number of birds will depend on their individual flying capabilities and what type of shot you are looking to capture. Static sessions usually include more species. All sessions are tailored.

The British Bird Of Prey Centre


We have been closed since the end of March due to COVID-19. This is a very difficult time for us all. Although we will be reopening on 6th July we have lost most of the season and our visitor income from this period usually sees us through the winter. If you would like to support our Centre please make a donation here

Birds of Prey