Owl Rescue Centre

Dedicated to the protection of owl species


Donate to our cause


As a Non-Profit organisation, we are constantly seeking support from the public and corporate companies to help us succeed in our mission to rescue, rehabilitate and release owls.

When you ‘adopt’ an owl, it means that you sponsor its rehabilitation costs at our facilities. 

The amount you wish to sponsor is entirely up to you.  Our current running costs per month, just to keep our doors open, is in the region of R100 000.   Any contributions to offset some of the costs are appreciated.

Please e-mail us at info@owlrescuecentre.org.za or contact us on 082 719 5463 for more information.

Owl Rescue Centre's


Plastic Recycling Drive

Every person who inhabits this earth as consumers, have a responsibility to keep it clean 

and to conserve it,  for the wildlife who calls it home.

When we came to realize that only a very small percentage of all South Africa’s plastic was being recycled, we knew that something had to be done to stop all the plastic waste from landing up in the environment and in our oceans.  Owl Rescue Centre has decided moving forward, to manufacture all our conservation products, including Owl Houses, Bat Houses, Bee Hives and more from recycled plastic, to make an even greater impact through our conservation efforts.  
We aim to recycle six-hundred tons of plastic per year, making this a feasible environmental project.   

Your donations will help us to make this project a success.  Help us save the planet! 

Help us to get Askari home!


Contact Information

Non Profit Registration 2012/126036/08

Physical Address                     (By appointment only)

Farm 448 Bokfontein Hartbeespoort                          North West Province

Contact number:                      +2782 719 5463

Email: info@owlrescuecentre.org.za

Bank details:

Owl Rescue Centre NPC

Nedbank Current Account

Account 103 081 9580

Branch Code 198 765

gallery/recycled plastic barn owl house

Adopt an owl


Askari was given up to Owl Rescue Centre by a zoo that closed down. Askari is a 5-year-old Cape Eagle Owl. At the Centre, we spent excessive time monitoring Askari to ensure that he is fit for release. He is wild, in perfect health and ready to go free. We wish to return him to his meant-to-be home in a forest in the Western Cape.


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