Left: Barn Owl, photo credit: Digitalphotonut.
Middle: Great Horned Owl, photo credit: Joe Stone.
Right: Snowy Owl, photo credit: Heidi Tuller.
Caring for Owls
Owl sanctuaries and trusts care for and rehabilitate injured owls, returning them to the wild when possible. Often, they also care for other birds of prey, too.
The Barn Owl Centre Netheridge Farm, Netheridge Close, Hempsted, Gloucester GL2 5LE
The Barn Owl Trust Waterleat, Ashburton, Devon TQ13 7HU
Hawk and Owl Trust PO Box 400, Bishops Lydeard, Taunton TA4 3WH
The Screech Owl Sanctuary Goss Moor, St Columb, Cornwall TR9 6HP
World Owl Trust The Owl Centre, Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass, Cumbria CA18 1RQ
World of Owls Centre Randalstown Forest, County Antrim BT41 3LE
Festival Park Owl Sanctuary Festival Park, Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent NP23 8FP
OWL Orphaned Wildlife 3800 72nd Street, Delta V4K 3N2
The Owl Foundation
The Owl Pages Owl rehabilitation resources in the USA