2022 has been a great year for us at Wings Of Wales, we have met some amazing new people visiting us, and old friends that now return on a yearly basis. We can’t thank you all enough for your support. We have again won another national award this year in the Wales Prestige Awards, showing our commitment to providing the best quality bird of prey experience not only in Wales but the UK. We have two new members of the team who have really showcased how amazing birds of prey are in our African Harrier Hawk and Eurasian Griffon Vulture.
We have now embarked on a new journey with the team, featuring in the new #conservationconversation Woop Woop Magazine. A magazine dedicated to all people of all ages, Woop Woop Magazine wants to showcase the amazing stories of others in the animal conservation world. Working with organizations such as Wings Of Wales, Aspinals, Folly Farm and many others the magazine will look at our roles in using our animals as ambassadors for their species and promoting conservation for the future.
2023 brings more demonstration work with the great partners we have established wonderful relationships with. We shall be back visiting, Raglan Castle, Laugharne Castle, Tinturn Abbey and Treetower Court who are all part of CADW. We shall also be visiting Welsh Water sites such as Llandegvedd reservoir and country events such as Heart Of The Valley Show, Pontardawe.
So again a big thank you to all who have visited and supported us, have an enjoyable Christmas and see you all from March on wards in 2023.
The Wings Of Wales Team
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Wings Of Wales was established in 2015 by conservation photographer and bird of prey handler Lewis Phillips.
Bird of prey flying team, based in the stunning region of the Brecon Beacons.