CAPTIVE BREEDING SUCCESSES AT The International Centre for Birds of Prey 1967 onwards The In...
Teaching people when you have live birds to help you is pretty easy, in fact it is a joy, because ho...
South Asian Crisis for Vultures SAVE In 1999 the Centre was contacted by a good friend, a sc...
To have a collection of birds such as this and not be interested in conservation would be a travesty. To be able to share it with visitors, learn about the birds on a daily basis through caring for them and teaching staff to care for them; To be able to understand how they breed, what their incubation periods are, which birds are difficult to rear and which not; To be able to utilise the collection for useful and non invasive research, and learn even more about them; to be able with that knowledge to answer emails from the world over and help individual birds and people; to be able to influence and change things and educate on an intimate and worldwide basis, this to us in conservation in the raw, it is what we do, what we are about and what we hope to pass on to others now and on long into the future.
Have a look at our biggest conservation project in India and Nepal where we have been involved since 1999. SAVE is the name of the group, click on the name and learn more about the programme
Neil Forbs from Great Western Exotic Vets
International Centre For Birds of Prey
Present the perfect course for raptor keepers, falconers, zoos keepers, demonstrators, educationalists in raptor understanding and owl keepers.
‘Management of birds of prey for health and longevity’
One Day Course
Presented by Neil A Forbes DipECZM(avian) FRCVS RCVS and European Specialist in Bird Medicine
Two dates available
Sunday February 5th 2017
Saturday April 1st 2017
0900h – 1630h
At: International Centre for Birds of Prey
Newent, Gloucestershire, GL18 1JJ
Cost £85 for one day
Includes lunch, refreshments + comprehensive A4 course notes
Please phone to book at: 01531 820286
India Vulture Project Videos
The videos shown here have been taken at Pinjore Haryana, by the Vulture Breeding team of BNHS. These clips are world firsts of two species of vultures being hatched and reared. A huge bonus to the Vulture Project SAVE and it shows how much the team has developed over the last few years - well done guys. For more information, go to the SAVE website http://www.save-vultures.org/