Welcome to Dublin Falconry
School of Education and Conservation
I have been involved in Falconry since I was Eight years old. My passion for flying, hunting and displaying Birds of Prey is everlasting. I have flown many species of Hawks, Falcons and Owls and my life-long dream of Falconry has now become a reality.
I was granted a Zoo license in 2013, and I strive to make Dublin Falconry a centre of excellence for the art of Falconry. Thrilling and educational visits are a guarantee at my flying displays and I never cut corners when it comes to customer service.
The Dublin Falconry facility at Courtlough is a place for young and old alike to enjoy a fabulous day close to nature and our feathered friends. This year, Dublin falconry will be home to thirty Owls, Falcons and Hawks by the end of the breeding season.
I look forward to seeing you all in the comming season and enjoy my new site.
Location and Opening Hours
Opening hours to the Public are:
May to October - Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays - 12pm to 6pm.
Admission: Adults €8, Children €6.
Flying displays are at 12:30 and 2:30 (weather permitting).
Displays on Monday to Friday are by appointment only.
Trevor Roche, providing conservation, education and keeping the history of Falconry alive in Ireland.