Raptor rehabilitation and release – Collared Sparrow Hawk 

It’s always wonderful to release the raptors that come into captivity. This hawk was harassing the locals and ended up getting caught up in an aviary. After some R and R and final check up, she was released. ​ ​

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Birds of Prey – Thinking Green Workshops April School Holidays

Wed 12 April 2017 – Bullsbrook 10am-12pm, Bullsbrook Community Library, Chittering Rd Wed 19 April 2017 – Gidgegannup 10am-12pm Percy Cullen Pavillion, 1990 Toodyay Rd Liven up your school holidays with this educational talk and hands-on workshop on nature’s top predators. Come and learn about the environment from a raptor’s point of view. Find out […]

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Auzzie’s Training cancelled by Peregrine Falcon

Auzzie’s training session this morning was cancelled due to a female Peregrine Falcon attaching Auzzie, my Wedge-tailed Eagle, in flight. Auzzie has been training at Paterson Stadium for 7 years. (Home of the West Coast Eagles).  Her training session are either early morning or mid afternoon during the weekday. Fitness training ready for the games […]

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Dr. Harry Cooper at the Western Australian Birds of Prey Centre

I was honoured to have DR Harry visit and conduct filming at the Western Australian Birds of Prey Rehabilitation Centre for an episode of Better Homes and Gardens.   The episode will be aired at the end of the August with Highlights of Auzzie at Paterson Stadium, Barn Owl release in Swan View and of course our famous flying displays held in […]

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Auzzies 60th Game

This weekend the Western Derby, West Coast Eagles versus the Fremantle Dockers, will be Auzzie’s 60th flight at Paterson Stadium.  After 6 years it certainly becomes an achievement.   It is amazing how time flies when you are having fun and it only feels like yesterday that Auzzie was flying in her first AFL season.  Auzzie […]

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Harry Potter Birthday Partys with Owls

With the increasing number of themed birthday partys, the Harry Potter theme is a fantastic way to have fun and relive the memorys of Harry Potter. The Western Australian Birds of Prey Centre offers an educational experience with our Nocturnal raptors. The opporunity to get up close and personal with Oska the Barking Owl, Brandon […]

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Educational Birds of Prey (Raptor) Flying Displays are back in Perth

After numerous requests the Western Australian Birds of Prey Centre will be conducting Bird of Prey Flying displays once again in Whiteman Park, for a limited time. The shows will commence in April for the Easter School Holidays. There is 2 shows per day, 11am and 2.30pm, with the opportunity for ‘one on one experiences’ […]

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Auzzie at Patterson Stadium

Training is in full swing for the AFL 2011 season. Once again Auzzie, the famous Wedge-tailed Eagle, will have the opportunity to entertain the members, at each home game, for the West Coast Eagles. For those of you whom are unaware Auzzie flies around the stadium, 20 minutes before bounce down and has done so […]

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Mr O in Claremont

It is wonderful to hear from the locals on the sighting of Mr O, our wonderful Osprey from Claremont. He has been more recently spotted in the Norfolk Pine near the jetty calling to what appears to be Mrs O flying over head. For those of you whom have been following the story via the […]

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Mrs O Goes Fishing

Mrs O Goes Fishing – Ospreys in Perth

For some weeks now The Post have been running regular updates on the welfare of Mr O. Mr O has been in my care for about 4 weeks now, and came in unable to feed, dehydrated and really knocking on death’s door. I treated him for bacterial and fungal infections – birds can pick these […]

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