The Hawk and Owl Trust works for the conservation of wild birds of prey and their habitats – both in its growing number of nature reserves and in partnership with others. Click Here to learn more about our Conservation Programmes
The Trust operates a number of reserves including Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve, Fylingdales Moor Conservation Area on the North York Moors & Shapwick Nature Reserve on the Somerset Levels. Click Here to learn more about our reserves.
Research is essential to scientific conservation. The Trust undertakes research on its own through staff, volunteers, students and contractors as well as partner organisations working on Trust Reserves. Find out more about our vital work | Click Here
One of the Hawk and Owl Trust’s key tasks is to increase knowledge and understanding of the magnificent birds of prey and the impact humans have on the environment we share with them. Click Here to learn more about our native birds of prey
Welcome to the Hawk and Owl Trust
The Hawk and Owl Trust is a national UK charity founded in 1969. It is dedicated to conserving owls and other birds of prey in the wild – and increasing knowledge and understanding of them.
We create and manage nesting, roosting and feeding habitats; carry out practical research; and welcome visitors to our wildlife reserves, education centres and outreach projects.
By working with partners to conserve the places owls and other wild birds of prey nest and feed, we also support many associated species – from field voles to skylarks, dragonflies to grass snakes – in a whole variety of habitats.
Message from Chris Packham | Hawk and Owl Trust President
“Please help by joining in. It’s one of the most effective ways you can help Britain’s birds of prey, as it helps the Hawk and Owl Trust with regular income to carry out its important work. It also gives the charity a stronger voice for these charismatic birds”.
Somerset Barn Owl Project | The Farmer That Gave Up a Field
Read more about the Somerset Community Barn Owl Project | Click Here