Educational Visits And Mental Health Workshops

We are very proud at Wings Of Wales of our workshops that we have been running in schools and hospitals/care homes over the years, we offer unique and inspiring education sessions that educate all ages. Over the past two years we have been working alongside mental health organisations to help promote mental heath creating stimulation session with our team of birds to promote wellbeing and also give education on the conservation status of wildlife in general.

Lewis who runs wings of wales is a qualified lecturer, conservationist and professional photographer. He has worked in many different situations from wildlife conservation at home and abroad, lecturing in the classroom ( further Education, Higher Education and Adult Education ) and documenting mental health

Wings of wales can offer a number of educational visits to suit any need or criteria. Our workshops are incredibly rewarding, giving children and adults an up to date insight into conservation issues and the history of falconry.

We can also provide visits to our flying locations where people can get to see them at their full potential.We can provide private parking and have a functional classroom facility.

Our birds can be handled on visits, and photographs can be taken with them free of charge on the day. We do stress that our birds will not be able to be handled by large groups, and we do not let people stroke them. We strive to work by a professional conduct set by the BFC, Raptor Awards and Hawk Board which are UK organisations.

The job of our birds is to protect their own species and others in the wild by providing quality education and flying demonstrations that inspire.

Please see our feedback below.

University Of South Wales.
HND Second Year II Animal Studies Students from Bridgend College affiliated with The University of South Wales.

We had the pleasure of visiting Wings of Wales last week in October 2017, Lewis our guide for the day was very informative and passionate about what he does and this reflects in his presentation. The content was both interesting, and relevant to our ongoing animal studies course. The surrounding landscape was visually stunning and coupled with the luck of fine weather on the day, we got to experience flying the birds of prey first hand in an unforgettable encounter. In the future, perhaps with less constraint on time, we could have had the possibility to view a wider range of species, but this, in no way detracts from the overall outing. Nevertheless, we had a fantastic day out with Lewis, his work towards conservation is unparalleled, and his raising of public awareness is essential in preserving endangered species such as Harry the vulture.

Michele Gorman
HE Animal Studies Learning Programme Leader
HND/C Animal Studies Year 1 & II
How Can We Help You.

If you would like us to visit your school or organisation please feel free to contact Lewis either via the website and we will be back in touch as soon as possible.

You can also ring Lewis on 07800 986673 and your criteria needs can be fully discussed.