Cotswold Owl Rescue Trust

Caring For Wild Owls In The Cotswolds

Registered Charity: 1061750

Useful Organisations

Anybody wanting to know more about injured owls or birds of prey, or just more information about them should find the following helpful.

The Barn Owl Trust Devon: The Barn Owl Trust works with individuals and Organizations to encourage both Barn Owl and environmental conservation from school children to farmers and local authorities to conservation bodies. This is one of our favourite organisations.

Barn Owl Centre: Gloucestershire well known centre for conservation and education. Well worth a visit. Visiting is by appointment only.

Cotswold Falconry Centre: Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire. Cotswold's own bird of prey centre where you can see the hawks, owls, falcons and eagles perform daily (Admission is charged)

Cheshire Barn Owls Groups: Cheshire. Voluntary group with conservation and rescue aims. The Cheshire Barn Owl Groups are working to conserve the Barn Owl.

Owl Rescue North Wales: (Corwen) Commissioned to provide a one stop source of information on the subject of Owls and Birds of Prey, together with the work done by the "North Wales Bird Trust" charity, a leading authority in rehabilitation, education and conservation issues

Hawk And Owl Trust: Somerset. Founded in 1969 because of concerns about the alarming decline in numbers of peregrines and other raptors, today we work to conserve all wild birds of prey and their habitats in the face of mounting human pressures.

Oak and Furrows: Gloucestershire. The Oak and Furrows wildlife centre, located in the south Cotswolds, is committed to the care of injured, orphaned or sick wild animals and birds. They operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and aim to rehabilitate and eventually release many animals bought into their care.

The Owl Pages: Worldwide. information based and a fascinating web site packed with lots of information about Owls - photos, calls, books, art, mythology and more. (This is a particularly interesting site with lots of information about owls and one which we recommend looking at.)

The Raptor Trust: Founded in 1983 as a group in Norfolk, England, Run by volunteers, to treat sick and injured birds of prey.

Raptor Rescue: A Must For 'would be' Rehabilitators. An organisation dedicated to ensuring that all sick and injured birds of prey are cared for by qualified persons and whenever possible, released back to the wild.

The Raptor Foundation: The Raptor Foundation is Cambridgeshire's bird of prey hospital and sanctuary. It specialises in rehabilitation.

Vale Wildlife Rescue: Gloucestershire. Vale Wildlife Rescue - dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of all British wildlife.

UK Wildlife Rescue Groups UK: Bornfree Wildlife Rescue UK. To promote Compassionate Conservation and to enhance the survival of threatened species in the wild and protect natural habitats while respecting the needs and safeguarding the welfare of individual animals.

Wildlife Hospitals In The UK: A Website for Anyone Interested in the Wildlife