World of Owls is a voluntary centre and registered charity in which we are educational award winners. We work within many areas of animal care, management, rehabilitation, conservation and education. No one at World of Owls is paid, there are NO wages all proceeds after costs go to the animals in our care. We do
World of Owls is a wonderful destination to come and see our huge collection of owls, other birds of prey and animals. We DO NOT let everyone hold our owls for photos constantly we have timed “Meet the Birds” (weather and staff permitting) and we offer a private owl experience at an extra cost and
Lantra Falconry Award is now gone! Raptor Awards is the new recognised qualification. …………………………………………………………….. Raptor Awards is an expert body serving the Bird of Prey Community. We specialise in the development of National and Occupational Standards for Bird of Prey keepers. Working with Professional Falconers, Raptor Veterinarians and others we devise and accredit training programmes and
This beautiful majestic creature was shot not long after its release. What is wrong with some people. Very sad news from the Philippines. Mike Gibb and Stuart Broadley from World of Owls International are closely linked with the Philippine Eagle Centre and are working with them to help secure the future of this amazing eagle. Pamana
The World Owl Trust in Cumbria was one of my inspirations to commence with World of Owls, I was originally mentored by Tony Warburton MBE who became a close friend. The trust is undergoing a complete overhaul and relocation; we at World of Owls had been asked to help in the interim. To cut a very
World of Owls will be working closley with the fantastic team at The Philippine Eagle Foundation. World of Owls very own Stuart & Mike will be working with the fanstaic team in Davao, Philippines to aid education and awareness to the conservation work done by the research and education teams at the centre.