Our mission is to conserve wild birds of prey, and the biodiverse ecosystems they live in. We work with a team of over 20 birds of prey and owls in a free flight education programme to inspire our visitors at our multi-award-winning centre. Our work as a charity includes community education, alongside active conservation including rehabilitation, wild bird of prey breeding site monitoring, research and habitat monitoring.
We offer a broad range of educational activities at our centre, from free-flight displays, to experiences, exhibits, and free materials and sessions for local schools.
Our conservation work includes our dedicated Rehabilitation Hospital, wild breeding site monitoring programme, The Biomagnification Project, Phase 1 habitat analysis and supporting international species conservation initiatives.