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The Hawk and Owl Trust is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation and appreciation of all birds of prey including owls. Projects involve practical research, creative conservation and education, often conducted in close partnership with landowners, farmers and others. Members are invited to take part in population studies, field surveys, etc. Studies of Barn and Little Owls, Hen Harrier and Goshawk are in progress. The Barn Owl Conservation Network was launched in 1988 to implement a countrywide programme of habitat creation and the provision of artificial nest sites. The Trust's Education Officer manages its National Conservation and Education Centre in Newland Park, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire.

The Trust is able to give initial advice on the care of injured birds of prey and can usually put members of the public in touch with a local rehabilitator.

The Trust publishes a newsletter, Peregrine, and educational materials for all ages.

Dates Referenced August 2001
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Hawk and Owl Trust
Director Colin Sawyer
11 St Marys Close
Newton Abbot

TQ12 5QF

Tel/fax 01582 832 182

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