The Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre is a wonderful corner of Rutland countryside that has become a sought after location for all manner of wildlife. The centre is home to an incredible collection of hundreds of birds of prey from all around the world. The centre’s aim is to provide as natural a setting as possible for owls, hawks, falcons, buzzards, eagles and even vultures, whilst considering the requirements of the native plants, animals and other birds.
There’s been much speculation about the Rutland Panther but if you really want to see the big cats of Rutland up close then the Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre have a real treat in store for you! Book your place on one of 6 limited dates for a select number of visitors to view their collection of rare cats including four Amur Leopards. The Amur Leopard is classified as critically endangered with only 35 thought left in the wild. Proceeds from Wild Cat days at the centre help to raise funds for the plight of the wild Amur Leopard and you’ll have an opportunity to adopt your very own Big Cat too!
Open 6 days a week Summer 10am-4pm Winter times 10am-3pm