Saving the World, One Owl at a Time!

About The Owls Trust

The Owls Trust is based at Bodafon Farm Park in stunning Llandudno, North Wales. The charity has a number of sanctuary owls on display for the public to meet. The Owls Trust rescues injured birds of prey. The goal is rehabilitation of the owls we rescue.

The Owls Trust provides education talks to schools and clubs with our owls. The Owls Trust supports projects worldwide, to save endangered owls and their habitats.

The owl rescue service provided by The Owls Trust is available 365 days of the year. After rehabilitation these injured owls are returned to the wild to continue their lives as nature intended.

You can also visit our Education Area on this site here or by going to the Education button Found within “THE Owl Hub” at the top of this page

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About The Owls Trust

And our work

The Owls Trust became a registered Charity in 2001.  We recognized that there was an urgent need for an organisation to rescue owls and birds of prey in North Wales.

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Patrons

Find out about the support they provide

Hi I’m Iolo Williams and I have been a Patron of the Owls Trust for over a decade now. The Owls Trust undertakes excellent work throughout North Wales, not just from its centre on the edge of Llandudno, but also by going around schools across the area to educate and enlighten the children.

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Ways you can help

Get involved with The Owls Trust

There are many ways you can help The Owls Trust, from adoptions and donations to fundraising and volunteering.  If you would like to donate to The Owls Trust simply visit our Secure Charity Checkout Donation Page or simply donate by PayPal.

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Visiting the sanctuary

Come on over and say hello

The Owl’s Trust is based at Bodafon Farm Park in Llandudno.Here you can see some of the most exciting Owls in the whole of Wales on display to the public….and much, much more.

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how we use your money

EVERY PENNY you contribute through donations or adoptions is SPENT ON THE OWLS

Adopt one of our Owls

  • adopt an howell, north wales bird trust, the owls trust, www.theowlstrust.org

    Howell

    Howell is one of a kind. He is a single species.
    Some owls, like the Scops Owls, have over 40 different species throughout the world. Not so with Howell, the Northern Hawk Owl. He has the eyes of a hawk, the long tail and the mean brow of a hawk. He even has the stripey T-shirt of a hawk. But Howell is an owl. He has the specialized facial disc of an owl and the feather taloned boots of an owl.

  • adopt an owl woodii, north wales bird trust, the owls trust, www.theowlstrust.org

    Woodii

    Woodii is from Africa and she lives in the woods. With her dense bronze and red tones highlighted with heart shaped white spots, she really does wear her heart on her sleeves.

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    Wyddfa

    Our gorgeous male Snowy Owl, Wyddfa, is a really handsome chap. He is usually very placid and calm but in the Spring breeding season he can be very fierce in protecting his territory and his mate.

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    Wallace

    Despite the name, Wallace is definitely a girl. (It is quite hard to tell boys from girls when they are tiny bundles of white fluff).