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Animal House Wildlife Welfare Birds of Prey

Charity No: 1059674

Trevor Buckroyd

Kelly Beswick

Kayleigh Spencer

About Us

Animal House Wildlife Welfare is a registered charity based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. We specialise in caring for injured or abandoned wildlife with the main focus being on birds of prey.

Animal House Wildlife Welfare is a registered charity based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, which specialises in the rescue and rehabilitation of birds of prey. The team at Animal House will take in injured owls and falcons and rehabilitate them back to full health before returning them back to their natural habitat.

We have also seen a high influx of birds of prey which have been kept as pets and are now either no longer wanted, or the owners no longer have the time or space to keep them. Due to the fact these birds have been captive bred they cannot be released to the wild, and therefore will spend the rest of their lives being looked after by Animal House.

The charity's founder Cynthia Buckroyd rescued and cared for all species of wildlife from a young age and finally achieved her dream of charity status in 1995. Unfortunately in 2011 Cynthia passed away suddenly and with the charity's future looking bleak, her son Trevor took over the reins determined to carry on the charity in his mother's memory. This is when the charity decided to specialise in birds of prey, and since then has been in ever increasing demand, seeing a high intake of owls and hawks from all over the UK.