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What to do if you find a baby bird

New Raptor Hospital

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Five Day Falconry Course

The five day falconry course is run for those who are seriously interested in taking up Falconry, ...

The oldest bird of prey centre in the world

The International Centre for Birds of Prey is the oldest dedicated birds of prey centre in the world...

Vulture Project in South Asia

  South Asian Crisis for Vultures SAVE   In 1999 the Centre was contacted by a good friend, a sc...

Education Introduction

Teaching people when you have live birds to help you is pretty easy, in fact it is a joy, because ho...

Visiting the ICBP

If this is your first time visiting the ICBP or you are a seasoned veteran coming back time after ...

Breeding Successes

  CAPTIVE BREEDING SUCCESSES AT The International Centre for Birds of Prey 1967 onwards The In...

The Hawk Day

  Arriving at 9.45am for a 10.00am start please as we do start promptly. These days usually run on ...

The Falconry Weekend

 The Falconry Weekend September 5th and 6th at the ICBP 2015 (for those you who don't know what I...

Winter Owl Evenings

Winter Owl Evenings in 2014   These are a wonderful treat, experience a very special evening w...

About

About ICBP Its much bigger than you think!!! One of the main comments we get is that people never...

The International Centre for Birds of Prey is the oldest dedicated birds of prey centre in the world, but unless you are interested in birds of prey – why visit?

Well I can almost guarantee that you will enjoy it. We humans are surrounded by birds in our daily lives, but so often don’t notice them, a visit here gives you the opportunity to see one group of birds up close, with in many cases no wire, and watch them fly amazingly close to you.

 

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Babies and more babies

 

2014 is an exciting year for us with the breeding season. We have CCTV camera's on some of the birds which means not only can we see exactly what is happening, but so can you! Our breeding season starts early, usually the December of the year before and the first to lay e generally the vultures. Then some of the eagles, owls come next or with just after the vultures and the falcons and hawks are usually later on.

baby condor

We have two new incubators, so we have three different types now which means we have more opportunities to move eggs around if they are not doing what we need them to do. We have a new brooder which means you should be able to see chicks more easily when we are hand rearing, and we are building a new incubation/brooder facility, to be poshly called the Avian Propagation Centre! The birds bred in 2013 are now flying well and have joined the team properly, we are really pleased with their progress, it is always exciting to see the birds that you have bred come into work!   So watchout on our Facebook page to see this years Babies as they arrive.


 Owl Chicks

So what's new at ICBP 2014

Bill Bailey Open the New Hospital

A huge thank you to Bill Bailey for opening the new hospital as well as all the visitors and guests who came to see Bill Bailey open it. It was a great event and the launch of what has been a very needed part of the International Centre for Birds of Prey. The new hospital is to help care for the many injured and sick wild birds of prey that we receive every year. The funding was thanks to Forest of Dean Local Action Group (LAG) as well as money raised by the ICBP form many kind and helpful donations.

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