The Owls Trust became a registered charity in 2001. We recognised that there was an urgent need for an organisation to rescue owls and birds of prey in North Wales. In 2011 The Owls Trust added a further area to its operations, the North West of England. Here a group of dedicated trustees and volunteers are continuing the work of The Owls Trust as the “Lancashire Hub”.

Wallace 1Our education visits to schools and colleges are very popular. We tailor these to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum. The Owls Trust provides a very personal experience for the youngsters, many of whom may be meeting an owl for the very first time.  If you are an education provider, please don’t hesitate to contact The Owls Trust by using our contact page or telephone numbers. You can also visit our Education Area on this site by going to the Education button at the top of this page. There you will find lesson ideas and information about owls and the environment which you are free to download.

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Queens VisitIf we can be of service to you, or if you think you can help in some way, we would be delighted to hear from you. Or perhaps, if you are in North Wales, you may just like to visit us at The Owls Trust and meet our “inmates.” If you telephone us before hand, a member of our team would be very pleased to give you an individual tour.  A great chance for you to see the birds on display and meet them personally as has Her Majesty, the Queen. Seen here are Pam and Jenni with Wallace and Otis being presented to Her Majesty in May. This was one of the highlights for The Owls Trust in a very busy year!

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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.