Eagle Heights Bird Sanctuary


eagle2.jpg (37693 bytes)Close to Junction 3 off the M25, situated in Lullingstone Lane, Eynsford , Kent.

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12:00hrs – flying display with Eagles, Falcons and Hawks.
13:45hrs – Reptiles in the lecture room
14:00hrs – Owl encounter in the lecture room
15:00hrs – Flying displays Eagles, Falcons, Hawks and Vultures.


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There is plenty to do and see at the centre including:

  • Indoor aviaries for all weather attraction.
  • Reptiles house including several snakes, Alligator snapping Turtles……etc
  • Childrens Adventure Playground.
  • Outdoor flying displays.
  • Dramatic views over the Darent valley.
  • Tea room and Gift shop.
  • School parties welcome.
  • Area or outstanding natural beauty.
  • Indoor demonstrations
  • Birthday parties & special events.

Eagle Heights was established to further the awareness of British Birds of prey and show the importance of conservation and their environment. A buzzard re-introduction program has been organised and chicks have been hatched and reared at the centre.

The centre also ‘takes in’ and cares for animals from the RSPCA. For example Animal Hospital brought in a Towny Owl which is still at the centre.

As well as educational, it is great fun. The highlight of your day will be watching eagles soar high above the valley. Witness the speed and dexterity of the hawks and falcons. Of all our birds it is the owls that are the most popular, from the Eagle owl – the largest, down to the little OWL – the smallest.


5 thoughts on “Eagle Heights Bird Sanctuary”

  1. I live near Biggin Hill airport, and keep seeing a large bird flying overhead, enormous wingspan, uderneath colours are dark brown/black and white. Magnificent creature, could it be one of your birds please, and if so, what is it. Thank you.

  2. we would like to come again this summer. could you send price list and info. Many thanks. Madeleine Vuilleumier

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