Spring is in the air and now is the perfect time for you to get outside and immerse yourself and the children in nature.
On Thursday 9 March a tiny, fluffy White-headed Vulture chick joined our team and we were ecstatic!
This month we released a Peregrine Falcon from our National Bird of Prey Hospital who has been in our care for an incredible two and a half years. In 2016, the average that a wild bird remained in our care was 15 days.
The results of the Trust’s annual Photographic Competition are now in!
We are thrilled to announce the hatching of two further Oriental White-backed Vulture chicks at the conservation breeding centre at Changa Manga, near Lahore in Pakistan. This exciting news for this critically endangered species follows the breeding success of last April, which was the first successful breeding of this species in captivity in Pakistan.
As part of our UK conservation and research work, we are aiming to develop regional and county-based population estimates of Kestrel, Buzzard and Red Kites, and we are looking for volunteers to help us.
Each year, all aviaries are given a deep clean and refurbishment where necessary. As part of his apprenticeship, Ben Cox took on the job of working with the White-headed Vulture aviary.
Slowly but surely: The Royal Society publishes clever report by Dr Campbell Murn that describes the best way to survey large raptors.
Our first ever Members’ Day was a great success with more days already being planned for the future.