Owlrescue is an organization dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of owls and other birds of prey together with education of conservation and environment needs to make sure that these birds are around for the next generation.
The charity founders, have been working with owls for over 15 years, initial as volunteers for the World Owl Trust.
Sooner or later, the founders started to take the work home. This was the start of Owlrescue (2002) and in 2004, purchased a small holding near Corwen, North Wales to act as charity base for now increasing number of birds.
The charity specialist Owl Rehabilitation Centre is based on a 3 Acre Small Holding at Bryneglwys, about 5 miles away from Corwen, with intake from North Wales, Cheshire and Shropshire area.
The centre at present can cater for over 85 owls on a day basis and is supported by volunteers from a wide area, along with 3 local volunteers from village.
The centre is not open to the public, with fundraising been done via attending local events, sponsorship of the birds, and doing public talks.