Discounted Courses

Unleash the full potential of Hawks and Owls through our fully certificated online courses. Deepen your understanding of their needs and desires, nurturing a complex bond based on respect and care. Learn to anticipate and respond to their ever-changing requirements, from weather adjustments to exercise routines and food quality. Develop …

Professional Register Launched

A new searchable database of professional falconers is launched. The directory lists Professional Falconers in the UK and elsewhere who meet high welfare standards and who are subject to quality assurance processes through the IRBPP Register. 15 categories including Bird Control, School Visits, Certificated Training and much more are listed …

New Module released

From April 14th Candidates completing Raptor Awards certification will be able to study a new module “Flying unrestrained birds of prey”. This brings the total number of modules in the series to nine. The full suite of modules now includes: Accommodation and equipment, Feeding and nutrition, Monitoring and maintaining health, …

Latest Training Date announced – Animal Activities Licensing

We are pleased to be able to confirm that due to popular demand we have now arranged a further professional training event for businesses facing licensing under the new Animal Activities Licensing Regulations. Held at a convenient central location close to major motorway links, this is a full day’s preparation …

Animal Licensing Activities Guidance documents

DEFRA has updated the following guidance documents: Selling Animals as Pets here: Guidance for Selling Animals Oct2018 Procedural Guidance for Local Authorities here: Procedural Guidance Oct 2018 The guidance notes for exhibiting animals remains the same at the time of publication here: Guidance for Exhibition of Animals July2018

Proud to support Project Lugger

“Raptor Awards is extremely pleased to have been able to support Project Lugger with a donation from our funds this year. Sadly, this delightful little falcon is in serious decline in its natural environment, and is desperately in need of help”. If you feel able to support Project Lugger please …