Why Us?


Very simply – “We promise the highest of professional falconry standards”

Headed by Alistair Leese, Hawkeye Falconry UK comprises of 40 display birds, of Owls, Hawks, Falcons and Eagles. We are extremely proud to attract some of the largest events around today, through our professional but lively approach. We are very honoured to of undertaken events at some very prestigious venues, including Blenheim Palace, Windsor Castle and Sandringham Estate, where we have performed in front of members of The Royal Family, as well as at other Country and County Shows.

The welfare of our birds is at the highest of standards, having achieved the maximum level of the ‘Animal Activity Licence’. Our teams of birds are rotated for each event, allowing time for our birds to recuperate. They are all constantly flown free daily for 10 months of the year, whether at our base or at events. This provides a 2-month annual period to slow down, go through their natural moult cycle and be fully re-charged ready for the following show season. We are availble for events all year round.

No expense or time is spared for our birds. They truly love their lives, as we love them.

Our team also appeal to teachers and other event organisers, attending many schools and community events annually – of both we simply love undertaking! In addition, we feel very privileged to have appeared on numerous TV programmes, including Countryfile and Countrywise, over the past years, as well as undertaking frequent interviews on and off camera for the press.

We really do look forward to hearing from previous and new potential customers. If at any point you would like to ask any questions, please do not hesitate to get in contact – we are here to help at any time.

Our Head Falconer – Alistair Leese is an Associate Member of the International Register of Bird of Prey Professionals.

This is a recently new professional body launched in October 2017 to serve the worldwide community of bird of prey professionals and those who depend upon them.

“raising standards, recognising excellence, and promoting the role of bird of prey professionals”