This injured buzzard was found in Beverley at the farm of a lovely lady called Wendy. The bird has a deep laceration on its head which is down to the bone, and its eyes are swollen due to the trauma. We've had to force feed the bird for the last two days, but hopefully with some tlc it will soon be on the road to recovery.

Here are some of the birds of prey we have rescued lately. We are always looking for ways to raise funds to feed and care for them. If you would like to help with a donation or to sponsor one of our birds, please get in touch with us or click on the Donate button here:

These pheasants are doing brilliantly and are starting to get their adult feathers. You can just see their tail feathers starting to grow. They are still on heat overnight so they don't catch a chill, but during the day they have a large cage where they can stretch their wings and they can already fly pretty well. In around 6 weeks these little guys will be ready for release and we already have a perfect farm lined up for their new home where they can be free!

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A big thank you to Tricia and Richard Cable for a phone call earlier on this evening, they spotted this injured Tawny owl whilst on their way home. They marked the area it was last seen and gave us directions. We have had to remove fly eggs from around its mouth, it is very weak but has had some food, fingers crossed it will make it through the night.

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Just a few of our wild tawny owl chicks - out in an aviary getting ready for release in a few weeks.

Charity No: 1059674

On the evening of 22nd of August we received a phone call to collect this female sparrowhawk. She was trapped between the wing and bonnet of a car which caused the injury to her leg, after examination the leg was broken. She has been to the vets and has received treatment.

With plenty of trees for roosting and cover, a water source nearby and away from the main road these pheasants have a beautiful new home!

Won't be long before these two are ready for their new beginning

Animal House Wildlife Welfare Birds of Prey

Meet our newest resident to Animal House, Saracen the Sparrowhawk.


​After a long drive we have managed to get this lady back to Animal House. With no signs of being in an accident she has no flight feathers on her right wing. She'll stay with us until they've grown back and she is fit for release.