Birds of prey and horses :

the Stars of the show !


Our birds of prey

The Vol Libre company shelters around a hundred birds of prey of 20 different species at the Provins aviary.

All of our birds are born in captivity, many of which come from our own Breeding Center.

Be aware that the capture of birds of prey in the wild is prohibited by an international law!

Our aviary is one of the most important in France by the diversity of diurnal and nocturnal species present, with no less than 20 species!

Vol Libre has created its Breeding Center in order to have their own birds for the show but also to participate in the conservation of endangered species.

The species you can see at the Provins aviary

Bald Eagle, White-tailed Sea-eagle, Steppe Eagle, Black-chested Buzzard-eagle, Harris’s Hawk, Griffon vulture, Rüppell’s Vulture, Sacre falcon, Southern caracara, Striated caracara, Secretary bird,

Spectacled owl, Common barn-owl, Snowy owl, Great Grey Owl, Spotted Eagle-Owl, Eurasian Eagle-owl, Great Horned Owl, Rock Eagle-owl, Common Buzzard, Black Kite.


ALL THE BIRDS OF PREY, endangered species, are protected by the Washington Convention.
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (C.I.T.E.S.) aims to protect animal and plant species threatened with extinction.
This convention was ratified by France in 1978.
The keeping of birds of prey is extremely controlled by law.
To own a bird of prey, but also to have the authorization to present them to the public, a compulsory certificate of capacity is issued by the competent authorities.
Each individual bird is identified by a breeding ring or a chip making it possible to list it and ensure its provenance (birth in captivity).

Our horses

Our horses are all of Iberian origin, pure Spanish breed.
Elegant, graceful and powerful, they have the expression and the look, essential for a horse show!

With a gentle and generous temperament, they adapt easily to our artistic universe.

By passion and love of the Iberian horse, within its establishment, the company Vol Libre has also selected purebred Spanish mares in order to regularly reproduce some foals in France.