Education and conservation

Education and conservation are closely linked, and the most effective way to convey the importance of conservation is through education. At falconry Kerry, we provide educational experiences and are always ready to address any inquiries you may have.

Liam, our Wildlife Biologist, and the team are constantly enhancing their skills and professional development to effectively communicate and educate visitors about the significance of protecting birds of prey in their natural habitat, as they play a crucial role as keystone species and apex predators. 

Close-up of a densely populated honeycomb with numerous honeybees. The bees, showing their distinct black and orange striped bodies, are diligently working on the cells. The honeycomb cells are hexagonal and filled with honey, larvae, or eggs. Greenery is blurred in the background.

Bodiversity and Eco-Farming

Additionally, we also educate the public about the importance of supporting pollinators through Biodiversity and Eco-Farming.

If you would like more information about college or school visits, please feel free to reach out to us at