World of Wings is part of the Cumbernauld Outdoor Centre near Glasgow, Scotland. It is now Scotland’s largest bird of prey centre open to the public. We have many different birds, including eagles, vultures, hawks, falcons, owls, kites and some other unusual species of birds such as parrots and a rhea!
The main aims of our centre is to help educate our visitors but at the same time provide an enjoyable day out for all the family. We are heavily involved in conservation and often rescue and rehablitate wild injured birds of prey.
The centre also has a breeding program and works in co-operation with other zoos all of the world. Our centre was newly constructed in 2006 and we moved from our previous premises at Chatlehrault Park in Hamilton.
We have a large variety of species in the centre and currently house around 80 birds. The majority of our birds are Raptors, otherwise known as birds of prey but we also have a number of parrots and other bird species. Many of our birds are used in flying demonstrations where they are free flown on a daily basis in front of the public. We also have a number of breeding birds which can be seen in our newly built breeding aviaries.
From Cumbernauld Town Centre – approx 3 miles
At roundabout follow signs for A8011(A80) straight ahead.
Take ‘immediate’ slip road on left signposted – Airdrie/Blairlinn A73 (B8039).
At next small roundabout go straight ahead,still heading for Airdrie.
At next roundabout turn left (Highland Colour Coaters on your right hand side)
Take next turning left into Luggiebank, then turn sharp right into Glenhove & Tannoch road.
We are 1/2 mile along that road. Look for car park signs.
Easter Blairlinn Road
Tel: 01236 722999