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Adopt a Bird of Prey


Take part in adopting a bird of prey with Wildlife Aid Foundation. We help rescue and rehabilitate all variations of birds of prey until they are able to survive in the wild on their own. The birds can have injuries ranging from broken wings to being sick, and it’s our duty as a charity to save and get them back in the air.

Your adoption pack will contain:

  • A personalised Certificate of Adoption
  • A fact sheet about birds of prey, along with some facts about the Wildlife Aid Foundation
  • Your choice of 2 items, from a furry toy (currently out of stock), kids fun pack, “The Owl with the Golden Heart” paperback or Wildlife SOS DVD
  • A handy ‘What to do in a Wildlife Emergency’ wallet card
  • A six month follow up letter

Please read before you complete the form:

If you choose a ‘Start Date’ in the future we will hold your adoption here and send it out for that date.  If you choose ‘ASAP’ we will send out the pack straight away.  Please allow up to 7 days for delivery.

You can adopt an animal for yourself, or for someone else (“Gift Recipient”).

When ordering your adoption you can choose to have the initial pack sent either to yourself, or to the Gift Recipient, but we would like to send the six month follow up letter directly to the Gift Recipient so please make sure you include their address in the Gift Recipient fields.

Adoptions are for a period of one year from the date you choose to start.

    Please select 2 from the following:

    If you choose a 'start date' in the future we will hold your pack here until that date. If you want the pack delivered straight away please choose 'ASAP'

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    If the gift recipient is not in the United Kingdom, an additional fee of £6.04 will be added to the price to cover shipping costs