So I would like to start by saying a big thank you to all that have visited this year. We have had people from all over the world which I find astonishing for such a small business like ours. It has been a great pleasure meeting all of you and we really thank you for the support and kind words you have given us on Trip Advisor and social media.
In 2023 we won our 5th award which again is a real honour, but it also reflects on how much work we have put in and how honest we are about the conservation conversation.
In 2018 I met and made wonderful friend who I wont name but he introduced me to the world of beavers. I was truly inspired by what they had created, a two acre reserve where beavers were allowed to live their creative lives over a period of 12 years. The outcome is astonishing with an engineered habitat created offering homes to many species that would have not been there if it wasn’t for the environmental engineers.
I am delighted to now be able to offer this experience to my visiting guests, you see its not all about birds, its the bigger picture!
Environment is key, without it we don’t have anything and I believe this is what we should all be working towards.
So please visit the link to the new web page below and see the new exciting experience we have in place for 2024 for you all to experience.
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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.