This was commissioned to provide a one stop source of information on the subject of Owls, together with the work done by the "Owlrescue", a leading authority in rehabilitation, education and conservation issues.
MEET THE BIRDS
The number of birds at the sanctuary has steadily grown.
We are currently looking after between 65-85 owls on daily basics, ranging from the smallest to the largest of the owls.
This year we are doing a record number of show, with some dates been doubled booked.
Full details of all future shows, along with details on how to book.
The sanctuary is not open to the general public.
Open days will be arranged so that people supporting the sanctuary are able to see the birds and meet the staff first hand.
RAISING PUBLIC AWARENESS
Throughout the year, members of Owlrescue visit country and agricultural fairs, societies, clubs, schools, fetes and similar events for the dual purpose of education and fund raising.
We were delighted from the response we had last year for our new Exhibition Trailer, which incorporated our collection of display birds.
April 27, 2009
NEW CHARITY FORMED
After many years been under the banner of North Wales Bird Trust, the centre in Corwen has now decided to seperate and form a new registered charity called "Owlrescue".
January 1st , 2011
The charity has started to use "Virgin Money Giving" for Online donation.
The service automatically add 28% to your donation in the form of Gift Aid.