World Owl Trust

World Owl Trust

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  • Animals / wildlife
  • Environment

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The World Owl Trust exists to support the conservation of owls globally and their habitat along with research, education, rehabilitation and release. It is the only charity undertaking this work worldwide and therefore its continuance is crucial in saving endangered owl species.


The Trust is the only global owl charity undertaking research and monitoring of owls and their habitat worldwide. The aim is to protect owls in a rapidly changing world through research, rehabilitation and release. Aims are to conserve and if necessary to recreate optimum habitat for owls which in turn provides habitat for many other species. Research includes genetic diversity plus DNA monitoring. Rehabilitation takes place at the Trust's wildlife hospital and in partnership with our local vet. Birds are moved round other similar collections to ensure pure species breeding without corruption. The Trust has a public collection where people may visit to learn more of the Trust's work. Education is a major part of the Trust's work and is freely available to all.

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