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BOOK A VISIT TO THE REhab Center or Hide
Programmes for school groups and clubs are offered and community service projects are also available on request.
Admission prices are kept to a minimum with the full amount going straight back into vulture conservation.
Rehabilitation centre tour – R120.00 per person including a tour and bracelet. Tours are scheduled for 10am.
Hide booking – R170.00 per person including time in the hide and a bracelet. Available from 8:30am to 2:00pm.
For kids under 12 years – R70.00 this includes a bracelet
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL
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The Rehabilitation Centre
The Centre’s aim is to release all flightable, fit, and healthy birds back into the wild as soon as possible. For those that are unable to be released successfully the Centre provides a safe haven for them to call home. These birds contribute to our educational, breeding or research programmes.
Although our focus remains on vultures, the centre is home to a large number of birds of prey including:
- Cape Vulture
- African White-backed Vulture
- Lappet-faced Vulture
- White-headed Vulture
- Palm-nut Vulture
- Martial Eagle
- Fish Eagle
- Andean Condor
Bookings are essential to visit the centre, please use the form above to make one.
Please also note, the entire Centre is a non-smoking facility. You are welcome to bring your own food and drinks along with you for your visit, but please take all rubbish back home with you.
The Vulture Viewing Hide
Situated at the centre approximately 12 metres away from the vulture restaurant, the hide offers both experienced and inexperienced photographers and bird watchers the opportunity to view and photograph vultures in close proximity. The hide can comfortably accommodate 4 photographers.
A hide booking does not permit you to visit and photograph the resident birds. If you would like to tour the facility, please let us know so we can arrange for our staff to be available to take you on a tour.
The centre is often visited by wild Cape Vultures which roost and breed on the cliffs of the Magaliesberg, as well as the occasional vagrant Marabout Stork. Other smaller wild bird species to be seen visiting the centre include Black-breasted Snake Eagles, Yellow-billed Kites, Crimson Breasted Shrike, Speckled Pigeons, Waxbills, Thrush, and Cattle Egrets to name a few.