The Talnotry Avian Care Trust (TACT) is a voluntarily run animal welfare Centre based in the village of Crumlin. The Trust helps to care for, rehabilitate and return to the wild a large number of sick and injured wild birds and mammals. Any animal that can-not be returned to the wild for whatever reason is given a home at the Centre where they are fed and cared for by a small team of dedicated staff members.
Here Swans, Ducks, Geese, Gannets, Cormorants and Gulls wander safely around the grounds of a 200 year old walled garden. Other residents at the Centre include Kestrels, Sparrowhawks, Peregrines, Owls, Foxes and Hedgehogs as well as Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Cockatiels and Pigeons.
The Centre is open to visitors by arrangement and visitors can get close to all different species of birds and mammals that are difficult to see in the wild and may even be lucky enough to see the birds of prey being flown.
Some TACT Inhabitants
Mute Swans At The TACT Wildlife Centre
Benji The Eagle Owl
A Rescued Long-Eared Owl
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