Gigrin Farm Red Kite Feeding Station (Wales) Reviews
Newest Review: ... directions and park where you're asked to, so as to allow space for others. Once parked, if you have the time (this is more likely to be the case in the summer, for reasons which will be explained in a minute) you can visit a small museum-cum-information centre in one of the farm buildings close to the car park. It's not a super-high-tech whizz-bang outfit, but contains plenty of interesting information, videos of young, etc, and is a good way to pass 20 minutes - especially if the weather is less than ideal, as is quite often the case in Powys! This area of the farm also contains a small shop which sells the usual range of gifts (caps, ke... more
Customer Gigrin Farm Red Kite Feeding Station (Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/11/09, updated on 11/11/09 (Very useful, 186 readings)
The red kite is one of Britain's most beautiful birds of prey, and with its ruddy colouring and distinctive forked tail, it also has the inestimable advantage to we non-specialists of being extremely easy to identify! The bird is also a notable conservation success story: persecution by farmers led to numbers falling into the single figures in the mid-20th century, but protection and reintroduction schemes have meant that there are now more than a thousand pairs of red kites in the UK, including a highly successful colony in the Chilterns; the birds can often be seen by motorists driving along the M40. (The motorists are doing the driving, not the ... Read the complete review
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