Eagle Heights Wildlife Foundation is home to the UK’s largest bird of prey centre with over 50 species, many of which are now breeding at the centre and can be seen flying. It is also home to a number of other animals including meerkats, African servals, farm animals, reptiles, huskies, and lots more at this wildlife conservation organisation started in 1996. Enjoy visiting to see all the animals, or book an experience to get closer or take a husky or alpaca for a trek. Lots to do and see, seasonal BBQs, playground and lots more.
It is also home to Kayla the Official Live Mascot Of Crystal Palace Football Club. The Foundation is actively working on wildlife conservation here in the UK, and assisting with conservation in West Africa.

Opening Hours
Book timed two hour slots for general admission, including one display.

£TBC general admission.
Alpaca Trekking
Minimum age 12 years
1 participating adult over 18 must be with any children.
£35 per person
VIP Activity Day
Minimum age 8 years
Children under 18 must be supervised by a participating adult
1 adult over 18 must be included in the party of 4
Eagle Experience
Minimum age 18 years
£99 for on person, £169 for two persons
Husky Kennel Tour & Husky Hike
Minimum Age 8 years (under 18’s must be accompanied by a participating adult)
£25 per ticket ​per Husky Experience
Meerkat Experience
Minimum age 11 years
£50 per person
£65 for two
Owl Experience
Fly the birds
2-4 people only at one time
Minimum age 14 years.
£90 for two persons
Bespoke, Winter and Christmas experiences too.

Wheelchair can be hired, though booking essential via email.

Eynsford - 1.4 miles.

Picture Credit: Eagle Heights Wildlife Foundation.

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