We provide rescue and rehabilitation to injured and distressed birds of prey and owls. We nurse the wild birds back to health and when they are ready we release them back into a suitable habitat.
We educate young people and older groups about owls and their place in our environment and how we can maintain their habitats to protect the bio-diversity of our countryside. We have one of the largest collections of owls in the UK. We are open seven days a weeks and it is entirely free for the public to visit.
We work with international partners to create and maintain breeding stocks of some of the world's rarest owls in the hope that we may one day enhance threatened populations or even introduce new groups.