We are a small, highly specialised centre dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and mistreated birds of prey, or as they are often called ‘raptors’ stemming from the Latin word ‘rapere’ meaning to attack and sieze, an action all these birds do when catching their prey.
The centre operates extensively with organisations such as the RSPCA, local veterinary practices, Lancashire & Yorkshire Constabulary and increasingly, members of the public.
We operate extensively with the RSPCA, local veterinary practices and local Constabularies. In 1997 we were granted Charity status allowing us to hopefully develop into one of the major centres for the care and rehabilitation of raptors in the North West. We are based in High Bentham on the border of Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria.