Support us

As a result of COVID-19, we’re experiencing huge financial losses. Please help secure our future, here’s some ways you can help.


If you are able to and would like to help us during this difficult period, you can donate to our work. As well as looking after our birds and staff, we have ongoing conservation and research costs and will continue to receive wild birds in our National Bird of Prey Hospital™.

Buy a voucher

If you would like to reserve your little bit of the Trust experience, for something to look forward to when we re-open, you can buy open, un-dated vouchers to exchange for experiences and day tickets in the future. If you choose to buy membership now, even though we’re closed, we will extend the length of your membership to allow for the closure period.

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Amazon Wishlist

Whether you’d like to buy a small or large gift for us and our birds, we have a range of items to choose from on our wishlist that we regularly update. These items are so important to our work.

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Amazon Smile

If you shop with Amazon, please instead head to smile.amazon.co.uk and select the Hawk Conservancy Trust as your chosen charity. It doesn’t cost any more money and has provided us with several hundred pounds in the last year.

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Social media

Please stay with us on social media and keep our community alive. We will keep you updated with our beautiful birds and let you know about our conservation and research work. Follow us on:

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Search the web using giveasyoulive.com and support our work for FREE!

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Send an ecard

Stay connected with loved ones and still send cards for special occasions, donating what you would have spent on a card to us.

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Carry out your usual online shopping and help raise donations at no extra cost to you. EasyFundraising have over 3,400 retailers registered that you can shop with!

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Owl Message

Sign up to receive all of our latest news in our monthly e-newsletter, Owl Message.

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Did you know?
Goshawk pairs may copulate as many as 500-600 times per clutch.
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