The Owls Trust
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.
The Owls Trust is a small Charity and a Zoo based in Llandudno in North Wales but doing a very important job. Our mission statement is “Saving the world, one Owl at a time”. The Objects of the charity are Rescue and Rehabilitation (365 days a year) and Education and Conservation of some of the rarest owls in the world. We hold the most comprehensive collection of owls on display in the UK and it is entirely free for the public to visit every day.
We rely on public generosity and support to continue our work in the care and rehabilitation of these owls as we receive no public funding. The centre receives many sick and injured birds and we have also become home to many captive bred owls. These were unwanted, abandoned, ill-treated or even confiscated by the authorities. Some of them require long term veterinary care.
Our 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.
For further information on donating to this charity tel 01492 870719 or visit www.theowlstrust.org.
SongBird Survival is an independent, UK-wide bird charity that funds research into the alarming decline in Britain’s much cherished songbirds.
With your support we hope to draw attention to the plight of our small birds and find solutions to restore their numbers.
Your gift is vital to fund our expanding research and education programme and to continue the fight to save our songbirds.
How your donation will help future generations
Songbirds numbers are a good reflection of the health of wildlife in the wider countryside.
Our research and education programme will help to preserve and protect small birds for the benefit of our children and grandchildren.
Without your help we may not be able to reverse the current decline of many species
For further information on donating to this charity tel 01379 641715 or visit either www.songbird-survival.org.uk.