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Being a 1.5 hour show, based on much information and facts, we were surprised to sit and wonder what all the other people were so interested about. This was due to the fact that after each 10 sentences and explantions in clear Danish there was...More
We did visit this fabulous place today. It was a spectacular show where we did see some different types of eagles and falcons. The staff was very good to perform together with the birds. If you are in Skagen we recommend you to visit this...More
What a wonderful experience! Really skilled trainers/falconeers, and awesome birds with their own personalities. Breathtaking and fun at the same time. Recommended for anyone with an interest in wildlife and birds (also horses). There's a museum and a cafe where you can get coffee and...More
Arrived at the place together with two other cars upon when the staff opened the gates for us.
We struggled to find a parking place in the mud field of that they refer to as parking (be aware if you care for your car).
Birds of prey show which goes for about an hour. There is a variety of birds including peregrine falcons, golden and sea eagles. There is a small informative display on site to read afterwards as well.
One drawback was that there was relatively little of...More
Amazing show, lasts for an hour and many different birds are presented. Most information is in Danish, only some in English, but that's not a problem, even if you don't understand anything it's still enormously interesting to watch these huge birds. There's a small but...More
We have been there once in a while and we are still impressed by the birds and the show.
As they opt for the birds being the masters of the show you might have the situation that not all tricks and show elements work out....More
I'm not one for zoos, birds in cages etc but this was fantastic. Although the Falcons and eagles are trained to a degree, they are free to do their own thing and they do! A beautiful natural setting, awe inspiring to watch them soar into...More