At the Raptor Foundations, our aims have always been, firstly to rescue, rehabilitate and return injured birds of prey back to the wild and secondly to protect and preserve them through education and conservation. By visiting us, you are supporting the very important work that we do and helping birds of prey across the world.
As of this morning (23/3/2020) we have made the very difficult decision to temporarily close the center for the foreseeable future, following on from the Government’s advice on social distancing.
This is not a decision that we have taken lightly but as the situation has developed over the weekend it is paramount to us that we safeguard both our dedicated staff/animals and our visitors.
Our staff will keep working to ensure our animals are given the best care over this difficult time & the continued support of the public is warmly received. We will provide details of how you can help support us soon.
If you do find any injured birds of prey please do not hesitate to contact us as our hospital will still be running to ensure that we can continue our work in helping wild raptors!
If you have any experience days, birthday parties, photographic days or Junior/Advance keepers days will all be cancelled and rescheduled for the distant future.
Keep an eye on our facebook & instagram as we will be updating regularly with news from the birds (They are missing being adored by everyone!)
Please stay safe everyone.
Liz & the Raptor Foundation team