Rescuing Owls and Owl Rehabilitation

Local, National & International conservation

The owls trust works throughout the world in the education and conservation of owls. Here in the UK we rescue and rehabilitate injured, wild birds of prey and abroad we help to conserve some of the rarest owls in the world. Currently we are leading the Dominican Republic owl conservation project to save the Ashy Faced owl from extinction and also helping to conserve the Brown Fish owl from Sri Lanka.

Owl Education Programme

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Owl Education

Owl Education Programmes

Helping Learning, Helping Owls.

The Owls Trust Education Programmes present exciting and informative events to a variety of audiences. These include schools, civic groups, retirement homes and environmental organizations.

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Ashy Faced Owl

The Owls Trust Abroad

Working overseas to save Owls.

The Owls Trust Abroad is the programme through which the Trust takes its conservation objectives very seriously indeed. As a Charity and a Zoo we feel we have a huge obligation to stop species from sliding into an unstoppable decline.

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Lancashire Hub

Saving Owls Nationally.

In 2009, Ian homed his first owl from the charity; a Barn owl named Pebbles & so began the Lancashire Hub. Ian became a Trustee of the charity in 2011, followed by Lynette who became a Trustee in 2013.

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Monty in Flight

Owl Rehabilitation and Release

From Injury to Freedom.

Each year The Owls Trust receives a huge number of owls, hawks and falcons requiring remedial care. Many have been shot, caught in traps, entangled in barbed wire, poisoned by toxic chemicals, hit by cars, collided with power lines or orphaned.

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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

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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).

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    Thomas

    From the moment Thomas arrived with us at only three weeks old we knew we had a star on our hands.

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    The Borrowers

    We were delighted a few years ago when we acquired a pair of Burrowing Owls. We waited in keen anticipation for signs of breeding activity but to no avail. We finally had the pair DNA tested and found we had a pair of ….