Welcome to the North Wales Bird Trust and the Owls
The North Wales Bird Trust is based at Bodafon Farm Park in stunning Llandudno, North Wales. The Charity has a number of sanctuary owls on display for the public to meet.
The North Wales Bird Trust rescues injured birds of prey. The goal is rehabilitation of the owls. NWBT provides education talks to schools and clubs with our owls. The North Wales Bird Trust supports projects worldwide, to save endangered owls and their habitats.
The owl rescue service provided by The North Wales Bird Trust, is available 365 days of the year. After rehabilitation these injured owls are returned to the wild to continue their lives as nature intended.
IOLO WILLIAMS Patron of the NORTH WALES BIRD TRUST POWYS 2012
Hi, I'm Iolo Williams and I have been a Patron of the NWBT for over a decade now. The North Wales Bird Trust undertakes excellent work throughout north Wales, not just from its centre on the edge of Llandudno, but also by going around schools across the area to educate and enlighten the children. The conservation messages they carry are invaluable in informing the next generation about the importance of our environment and the role of key species such as birds of prey and owls.
In addition to this, the Trust is at the forefront of owl conservation in several Caribbean countries where it works in conjunction with world experts and local people to help protect some of the rarest species in the world. Without the Trust's input, there is little doubt that some of the most endangered owls on the planet would be threatened with extinction. Long may its excellent work continue………"
Latest News About The North Wales Bird Trust's Owls
For all the very latest news from The North Wales Bird Trust and the Owls, Owl Rehabilitation, Injured Bird of Prey work and latest Education visits see Otis' Blog. The blog is full of information, facts and more about owls.
- I go to Ysgol Ffordd Dyffryn!
- Hi there Fans! I had a brilliant morning! I took Conley and Kilmousky to meet some of the children at Ysgol Ffordd Dyffryn near West Shore in Llandudno. First of all we talked to some of the youngest children. They had been reading the book “Owl Babies” They all knew the names of the baby owls. After they had all met us some older children came in and we had a quisk meeting with them. I lik...
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Fun and Games……!
We have had a strange time recently in the rescue department. Several Tawny Owls have been through the system and most have been successfully released...+more
Otis and "O2"…!!
As many of you will be aware Otis, our Collared Scops Owl, is getting on. This year he will be celebrating his 13th birthday a huge age for such a tin...+more