North Wales Bird Trust, Llandudno

updated on 14/01/2020

Opening Times

Hours may differ
SaturdaySa
10:00 – 17:00
SundaySu
10:00 – 17:00
MondayMo
10:00 – 17:00
TuesdayTu
10:00 – 17:00
WednesdayWe
10:00 – 17:00
ThursdayTh
10:00 – 17:00
FridayFr
10:00 – 17:00
Closed.
Opens in  6 h 28 min.
6 h 28 min

Description

What You Need To Know About Owls. Have you found an owl or bird of prey? Each year the North Wales Bird Trust receives a huge number of owls, hawks and falcons requiring remedial care. Many have been shot, caught in traps, entangled in barbed wire, poisoned by toxic chemicals, hit by cars, collided with power lines or orphaned. With the help of our staff and veterinarians these birds are cared for until they are capable of returning to their natural environment. Injured Owls What Should You Do? If you find any injured owls or birds of prey first assess the situation to work out the best way of dealing with the situation. When frightened, these birds can lash out and give a nasty wound with their talons. You can contact The Owls Trust by phone to get quick advice Orphaned Owlets Does This Bird Need My Help? Many young birds disperse from their nest long before they can fly.
This is refered to as “branching”. It prevents overcrowding at the nest as the chicks grow and is Nature’s way of ensuring against threats to the whole brood from predators. Fledglings and Nestlings How To Check. If you find baby birds alone on the ground or otherwise away from its nest you must first determine if, in fact, you have found a baby bird in need of assistance. Many songbird fledglings leave the nest several days before they can fly easily and the parent birds are still caring for them and watching out for their safety. Owls as Pets Maybe Not....
There is currently a very worrying trend towards keeping birds of prey, particularly owls and also large parrots as “pets”. In most cases these birds make terrible “pets”....... Bird Extinctions Why This Is Happening. As symbols of freedom birds have long inspired man and captivated his imagination. Now, due to loss of habitat, persecution and pesticide use, a great number of these beautiful creatures are struggling to survive. EVERY PENNY you contribute through donations or adoptions is SPENT ON THE OWLS Adopt one of our Owls Wyddfa Our gorge


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