Welcome to the Raptor Trust

First and foremost if you need to call us on our Emergency helpline to tell us about an injured, ill or orphaned bird of prey in Norfolk, the number is: 

07931 423695

We are currently available for all enquires to attend talks to school children and community groups, or for booking us at your event.  To contact us please email: 


If you have any membership enquires, want to find out more about supporting or funding the work we do, or have any other questions, then please email us at the address above. 

To donate to our charity via Paypal then please click on the link below: 

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We look forward to welcoming you! 

Our History & What we do

The Raptor Trust was established in 1983 in Norfolk (UK) to treat sick and injured birds of prey and to alert and educate the public for the need to protect and conserve both birds of prey and the habitat in which they live.  The Trust is manned and run by a group of highly dedicated volunteers working from their own homes and as such we have no paid staff.  Volunteers do however receive out of pocket expenses and a modest mileage allowance for assisting in the work that we do.  Over the years the Trust has evolved into a fully registered charity (No. 1036884) which not only assists sick and injured birds but has extended its outreach to include the conservation of birds of prey and their habitats and prey species.  The Trust also has an active educational programme either directly through visits and talks to schools and other youth groups as well as adult organisations, or indirectly at the many shows that the Trust attends each year.

Latest News

Events Attending in 2019

The Raptor Trust will be attending the following events: 

Events that we will be attending in 2019 will be posted here as and when they are confirmed.  Please come back again to check, thank you.

Charity Registration No. 1036884 

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It is with great thanks to Hannah Kelly and all at Woodfarm vets for all the assistance you give us with the injured birds we work together with.