New World Falconry aims to keep alive the art and tradition of falconry at its best and through modern and innovative ideas, share the beauty and excitement of working with Birds of Prey. In doing so, this will increase general awareness and provide a positive attitude towards our own wild British counterparts. Based upon personal experiences, the most effective form of conservation of any species is achieved through awareness and understanding.
Hawk Walks… Treat yourself or give a gift with a difference.
New World Falconry specialises in 1hr 20 minute private & personal Hawk Walks in West Sussex. What this means is that you & up to three friends can enjoy the thrill of flying one or more hawks yourselves, under the guidance & tuition of an experienced falconer. Your booking will be reserved for you & your group only & not shared with strangers.
New World Falconry operates within 500 acres of pristine Sussex countryside & boasts magnificent views over the South Downs, ancient woodlands & beautiful lakes. We are nestled midway between the North & South Downs & close to the borders of Surrey & Hampshire. We are also the northern gateway to the newly created South Downs National Park.
We allow one spectator FREE of charge per booking.
(not applicable to Groupon vouchers)
This way there is always a free set of hands to take snapshots of you and the birds!
New World Falconry was created in 2005 as a means to impart our knowledge and offer people the chance to share in our passion, and in turn help promote a greater awareness and appreciation of birds of prey and the environments they dwell in. Many falconry experiences lack the privacy and tranquility that this once prestigious craft deserves.
Jason Bowley and Nikol Chandler have a combined professional experience of over 40 years, traveling and working in South Africa, Swaziland, Australia, Southern Ireland and throughout the UK. They have contributed to many different areas within the industry and exchanged knowledge with many people around the world for the understanding and preservation of birds of prey. Much of this includes free-flying educational demonstrations, rehabilitation, design and set up of new raptor facilities, conservation, pest control and consultancy work. They also have additional backgrounds in modern zoo practices and management.
You may also wish to view the Hawk Walk Terms & conditions.