Discover the Show
To see the skies above Warwick full of spectacular Birds of Prey once more
Join the adventure of a lifetime as we journey to the four corners of the world in search of more magnificent Birds to add to the Warwick collection.
Meet many incredible species of bird from around the globe. Some familiar, some exotic, all exceptional.
Let your imagination soar as up to 70 birds take to the skies in this inspirational finale
Meet the Birds
- Wing span: 2.75m
- Weight: 7.8kg
- Bearded Vultures feed mainly on bones. If there is a piece of bone too big to swallow, they pick it up in their talons and drop them from height to break into manageable pieces.
- Wing span: 4ft4
- Weight: 2.7kg
- The Eagle owl is the largest owl species in the world!
- Wing span: 1.3ft
- Weight: 0.3kg
- The Harrier Hawk has double jointed legs which helps them climb trees!
- Wing span: 1.2ft
- Weight: 1.1kg
- Barn Owl’s have lop-sided ears. One is higher than the other, which helps them to pinpoint exactly where tiny sounds are coming from.
- Wing span: 2.2ft
- Weight: 1.1kg
- Red Kites use their tails to steer and change directions as they fly
- Wing span: 9ft
- Weight: 15kg
- Male Andean Condors have brown eyes whereas females have red eyes
NikitaSteller’s Sea Eagle
- Wing span: 8ft
- Weight: 9.5kg
- The Steller’s Sea Eagle is the heaviest Eagle in the world.
- Wing span: 3.7ft
- Weight: 1.3kg
- The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest animal in the world, reaching speeds of over 200mph whilst diving for prey.
- Wing span: 7.5ft
- Weight: 6.3kg
- The Bald Eagle is the national bird of the United States