Hawk Conservancy Trust
In 2002, the Hawk Conservancy Trust was formed to take responsibility for rehabilitation, conservation and research activities. Three years later the Trust assumed full responsibility for the entire operational setting, including education.
Today, the Trust continues Reg and Hilary’s conservation work on a global scale. By working with many organisations and conservation groups across the world, they are able to deliver conservation, education, rehabilitation and research programmes and generate awareness for birds of prey, their habitats and the problems they face. This includes projects such as the Raptor Nest Box and Red Kite reintroduction projects in the UK through to the International Vulture Programme in southern Africa and south Asia.