Our Education, Display & Television Work

At wings of wales we have been lucky enough to work on a number of different productions covering different genres.

We can offer the highest of standards that will suit any needs. We are fully covered by insurance and hold all the licences needed to complete the work being undertaken.

Get In Touch

For any further information or if you would like to discuss you projects with us then please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help.

Display Work

At Wings Of Wales we can offer highly professional educational displays to suit all events, our display works reached many areas, such as:

Local/National schools
Raglan Castle
Oxwhich Castle
Laurghne Castle
Tree Tower Court
Ogmore Castle
Tinturn Abbey
Brecon Castle Hotel
Large shows
Vale Of Glamorgan Show
South Gloucestershire Show
Vauxhall Palace Gardens, St Georges Day Event.

We are extremely professional, passionate and have many years experience in showcasing birds of prey to cater for any village or country shows.

All our birds are flown free from eagles, vultures, hawks, falcons and owls. You will not be disappointed by fast flight of the falcon with speeds of 70mph, to our vulture and eagle show.

Current Projects

Conservation Work

Wings Of Wales has was established in 2015 by conservation photographer and bird of prey handler Lewis Phillips. He has been working in conservation, educating the public and flying birds for over ten years. Lewis has worked alongside many different conservation trusts in Britain and other countries around the world. We aspire to teach people about real issues that affect birds of prey in the wild.

Our other aims are to encourage education on habitat management and the politics that can affect birds of prey. But more than all of that we want you to have as much fun as possible with us while you are flying our birds of prey in the stunning countryside of Wales.

Falconry experience Wales

Currently Lewis is involved in an eight year book project documenting the demise of the old world vulture, this has taken us on many journeys where we have been fortunate to work great people and many birds of prey. Lewis has had great and enjoyable experiences whilst in the field, but there have been many down sides where bird fatalities have been devastating.

Having now experienced African and European trips while working with teams dedicated to improve vulture populations, we now want to pass all this information and experiences to our school visits and outdoor displays. Images on this page show the great people and friends that Lewis have met on his conservation travels regarding birds of prey, without these people birds like the vulture’s would struggle to survive in the wild.

One of our newest programmes is the possible introduction of the White Tail Eagle and Golden Eagle to the Welsh Countryside. In 1908 the White Tail became extinct form the UK. With lots of hard work they were re introduced back into Scotland’s Outer Hebrides in the 1970’s. With now a population of 100 pairs they are doing very well, and with a programme now in Southern Ireland and England the population is getting stronger in the UK. They do still face serious challenges with birds still being shot and poisoned to this very day. We hope that Florence our White Tail will be the flagship for the Welsh proposal.

Welsh Prestigious Awards

Falconry experience Wales
We have won this years Outdoor experience specialist of the year award.
The award was presented to us from the Corporate Livewire Wales Prestige Awards who recognise small and medium-sized businesses that have proven to be the best in their market over the past 12 months.