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Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre lies within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Located in the loch-side woodland adjacent to the Lomond Shores visitor complex, the unique setting and layout provide the perfect backdrop for a family day out.


Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre has evolved over the years to become one of the premier Bird of Prey Centres in the country. The natural and idyllic setting provides a relaxing atmosphere for both visitors and birds. The high standard of accommodation, cleanliness, and welfare, ensure the wellbeing of the resident birds in our charge.


The daily flying shows are entertaining and informative, allowing our visitors to see these magnificent creatures at close quarters while learning about their unique features and the threats they face in the wild. The flying area is located within a managed woodland, the perfect setting for the birds to demonstrate their skills, as well as being a home for many species of flora and fauna.


This family run centre has three generations involved on a regular basis, the youngest helping out when he can. Our staff are enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and passionate about what we do, educating and enlightening members of the public on nature, conservation, and raptors. 


In addition to educating the public, Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre has been involved in many conservation projects over the years. This knowledge and experience has enhanced our understanding of raptors and how we can help their conservation status. 


Come visit us, enjoy the surroundings and atmosphere. Follow our new “Discovery Trail” and learn even more about our birds and native wildlife, “open your eyes to open your mind”. Take part in one of our Bird of Prey Experiences, getting up close to these magnificent creatures. Support us by sponsoring one of our birds and enjoy twelve months free entry. Or become a “Life Member” and take advantage of the many benefits that has to offer. 


For details of experiences, sponsorship, or life membership, please visit the pages on the website.









Our mission

"To promote Conservation by educating, paticipating and inspiring."