About Pembrokeshire Falconry
We are Alex and Emma Hill and we are the people behind the birds at Pembrokeshire Falconry
Alex has been flying birds of prey since 2004 when he got his first Harris Hawk, Maleki – who is still the star of most of our shows today. Over a couple of years, what was at first a hobby, turned into a small, part-time business venture.
In 2008 Alex met Emma at a friend’s wedding at Picton Castle and introduced her to Birds of Prey.
After a long distance relationship for a year and a year away travelling we returned to Pembrokeshire with ideas and plans to make Pembrokeshire the place to come to fly birds of prey in the UK.
Since 2011, we have grown from 3 birds to 33 in 2016, adding a range of 20 different species. In July 2013, Emma gave up her job to join Alex full time in an attempt to help make the dream a reality.
Amy joined in March 2016 to work full time in the office with us.
She loves animals but prefers to stay nice and warm indoors where she can watch the falconers flying the birds from her desk! When booking your experience it is Amy who will be there to make the process as smooth as possible for you.
During the busy summer months Amy comes along to shows for an extra pair of hands and can usually be found with Dot our Little Owl.