Barn Owl Centre

Barn Owl Centre

Charity information

Barn Owl Centre

We operate a rescue/rehabilitation Sanctuary for unwanted and mistreated captive bred Owls and Birds of Prey, we also support UK Owl conservation with the provision of Owl Nest Boxes with over 5,500 Owl nest boxes on farmland UK wide

Founded 2001

  • Mission statement

    To advance the conservation and preservation of the wild barn owl and other British owls and raptor species through environmental projects and research studies.
    To promote and encourage the biodiversity and conservation of all wildlife.
    To conserve, maintain and protect all land managed by the charity for the benefit of the environment, wildlife and mankind.
    To provide and maintain a working centre complete with nature reserve and to offer amenity and recreational areas and activities where the public can enjoy and be educated about the ecology and preservation of owls, raptors and other wildlife species including flora.
    To provide a sanctuary to aid the rescue and rehabilitation of owls and raptors.
    To advance public education on owl and raptor welfare and husbandry.

  • Aims

    Barn Owl Centre aims to:

    • Community Education
    • Wildlife Conservation
    • Bird Welfare involving rescue and rehabilitation
    • Training all ages about the above and to get involved with activities that will enhance community and business skills
    • Employment is key, not just to strengthen the charity but also to allow people to develop important team skills that will allow employees to build confidence to excel
  • Overview

    Established: January 2001

    Registered Charity Number: 1097410

    Board members: 3

    Full time staff: 4

    Volunteers: 3

    Phone number: 01452 383999

    Address: Netheridge Farm. Netheridge Close. Hempsted. Gloucester GL2 5LE

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