Web design and content agency Onlineability is working with the Screech Owl Sanctuary in Cornwall to update and expand its website.
This wonderful organisation provides care and rehabilitation for sick and injured wild owls in the county. Where possible it ensures their safe release back to the wild when they are fully recovered. But, if the bird is permanently disabled, it becomes a resident of the sanctuary and is cared for there.
We’re delighted to have this opportunity to work with the Screech Owl Sanctuary – for the technically-minded, we’ll be migrating the site to a WordPress platform with all the modern features that this software offers. We’ll also be re-skinning it with a customised design.
We strongly recommend a visit. To find out about ways of supporting the sanctuary’s work you can visit its current website here.
Tom Screech, who runs the sanctuary with his wife Carolyn, said: “Many new features are being put together to make the website easier to use and find. New pages are also being designed and we are looking at the possibility of adding a shopping site.
“We would like to express our thanks to Lisa and Andy for making this possible and for offering their services free of charge to the sanctuary – particularly Lisa for coping with me, as I am not ‘web-savvy’, as she puts it.”
Onlineability director Lisa Hutchins added: “Visiting the sanctuary over the course of years has given us a wonderful opportunity to see its work at first hand and to get an amazing insight into some of Britain’s most impressive native wildlife.
“We’re delighted to have a chance to give something back and hope that in this way we can help contribute to the Screech Owl Sanctuary’s future success.”