Eagles Flying

Places to See | Co. Sligo, Ireland



AN ATTRACTION FOR ALL THE FAMILY

Situated amid the beautiful landscape of North-West Ireland is Eagles Flying, a top family attraction in Ireland, suitable for all age groups – with excitement, fun, photo opportunities and much more at affordable prices.

This place to visit in Co. Sligo is the largest Centre for Birds of Prey and Owls in the country. Enjoy the nature and wildlife of Ireland and enjoy the  memorable experience of majestic raptors soaring over one of the most lovely locations to be found.

Address: Eagles Flying, Ballymote, County Sligo Ireland


2 Responses to Eagles Flying

  1. just spent a lovely afternoon with the people in eagles flying I would strongly recommend anyone who is visting this area whit kids or adults t omake sure you go here thanks for a great time folk will be back soon

    Eileen Toal June 13, 2016 at 6:30 pm Reply
  2. Visited Eagles flying yesterday fascinating show, great experience for children nothing kept back and all easily explained in lay man terms. Lotar ensures all children have a chance to have a bird land on their arm. If you do not understand birds of prey you will after the show, Lotar compares the birds to every day life i.e. eating meat, looking after your young children etc. He even has a couple of supprised guests that take part in the show. If only farmers would attend we would have more native birds of prey, it is so easy for farmers to blame someone else rather than spending time to find the real cause of the problem when the come accross a dead animal on their farm.
    After the show patrons can mingle with four legged animals etc in the petting zoo.

    I highly recommend going to Eagles Flying hen visiting the West / North West.

    Christy Higgins July 9, 2016 at 7:56 pm Reply

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