A Wild Owl bicycle safari is a brilliant way to combine exercise and wildlife education.
As a keen cyclist myself I am fully equiped to lead a group of families along safe routes in search of wildlife habitats to raise awareness of the animals that live in these habitats with a particular emphasis in creating habitats in your own garden for wildlife.
This service is aimed at Local Authorities, Health Organisations, Cycling Groups and Community Groups.
I have been leading community owl prowls for over 20 years and these events are almost folklore in some communities!
Available for Local Authorities and community groups, owl prowls are a nightime woodland walk in search of hooting tawny owls combined with a series of fascinating picture shows presented on the i-Pad by me together with lots of information on British owls.
Meeting the public at shows and community events is an opportunity to discuss a wide range of subjects with people and give advice on a wide range of subjects - but with an amphisis on owls it also generated a conflict with demands to bring a live owl and the pubics perception of my bird being a ‘pet’. That is the reason for me declining invitations to accept this type of work.
However, with my recent move in to wildlife gardening education I have now created a brand new set of display boards for shows and offer attendance with or without an owl
I can be booked to lead Raptor Rambles for community groups and well-being projects. These wildlife safaris can be on foot or by vehicle but are a great way to learn about birds of prey with an experenced expert.