2023 is now here and from February we shall be getting the team ready for all your experiences and shows for the coming year. Avian flu looks like its here to stay so we have made the decision that from 2023 we shall be open from March until the end of October. This will also be how we shall operate in 2024 and in all the years to come.
We are excited to announce that we shall be working with a conservation project in Brazil from this year. We shall me making more of an announcement on this in the next few weeks but just to give you a sneak peak it will have something to do with the conservation of Harpy Eagles. During 2023 we hope to raise money for the project which we shall be involved with helping with nest protection and training in the field.
Wings of wales shall also have a role to play with new conservation magazine www.woopwoopmagazine.co.uk, we will be using the team to meet guests for interviews in the magazine over the coming year from celebs to conservationists and influencers.
As some of our visitors and the general public from our shows are aware I am also invested in conservation projects outside of the bird of prey team. I am excited to say I will be having a small exhibition at the Found Gallery in Brecon. The exhibition will be showcasing my work from 2022 looking at temperate rainforests of the UK, dates will be posted very soon. If you would like to view some of the photographs taken for the project visit www.lewisjamesphillips.com
We hope to be back with the CADW family this year where we visit many of our dear friends, we shall also be attending Welsh Water visitor center at Llanddegved and country shows such as Heart Of The Valley. The team love visiting events as it is a great way of getting the message of the environment and wildlife issues to the public.
So we very much look forward to seeing you all in the near future and dont forget to keep up to date with alll our news on all our social media platforms.
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See you soon.
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.