We still have some tickets available for the 'friends of Cotswold Falconry' vulture talk on Saturday 4th March and would like to invite members of the public to attend.
Hear about Kellie's experiences while she was in South Africa, working with wild, critically endangered vultures.
Cotswold Falconry for more than 10 years has provided financial assistance to various in-situ vulture conservation projects. In 2016 there was the opportunity to see first-hand some of the work we have been supporting. In October, Kellie excitedly took up the trip to South Africa alongside the Hawk Conservancy Trust and Gauntlet Bird of Prey, Eagle and Vulture Park. There, she assisted in the catching, ringing and tagging of several young white backed vultures, to help with their conservation. She had an amazing and eye-opening time and is looking forward to giving an evening talk about her experience on Saturday 4th March at 6.30pm. This will take place at the Batsford Education Centre. Not only is this a great opportunity to find out about the peril facing some of our birds out in the wild it is also a chance to raise funds for some very positive wildlife charities. Tickets are £5 per person. All ticket sales will be given directly to the relevant Vulture charities.
For more information and to reserve tickets please contact the centre by calling 01386 701043 or email email@example.com