Links

We are pleased to highlight and recommend contacting the following specialist animal and rescue centres:

British Wildlife Centre: based in Surrey this superb centre keeps and displays over 40 native species.

Tel: 01342 834658

http://www.britishwildlifecentre.co.uk/

http://britishwildlifecentre.blogspot.com/

Gower Bird Hospital, based in Pennard on the Gower Peninsula, has the sole purpose of caring for sick, injured and orphaned birds and small mammals with the sole intention of returning them to the wild:    http://www.gowerbirdhospital.org.uk/ TEL: 01792 371630

Valley Forge – Native Wildlife Refuge Aberdeenshire 01339 882291 Al Macdonald Sanctuary for injured, orphaned, or displaced native birds Experienced with rearing hedgehogs, red squirrels & mustelids.
The Wildlife Haven Greenacres,
Byland Avenue,
Thirsk,
N.Yorks
YO7 1DH
01845 526 567 Krista and Lauren Langley Takes small Mammal casualties up to the size of a badger. Will go out to collect/rescue whenever possible.
Tiggywinkles Aston Road
Haddenham
Aylesbury
Bucks.
HP17 8AF
01844 292292 Sue Stocker Takes in all sick and injured British wildlife at its purpose built wildlife hospital.
Ipswich Wildlife Care and Rescue 77 Montgomery Road
Ipswich
Suffolk
IP2 8QF
07706229820 Alec Suttenwood Rescues all British wildlife with the aim of returning it to the wild
Lisa Marriott Barry Crescent Little Hulton Worsley Manchester.
M280JB
079137277196 Lisa Marriott. Takes in mainly squirrels, gives help & good advice.
Nuneaton Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary Nuneaton Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary
78 Oaston Rd
Nuneaton
WarwickshireCV11 6LA
02476 345243 Email Also: http://www.nuneatonwildlife.com
Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue 9 Elm View
Somerford Keynes
Cirencester
GloucestershireGL7 6DH
01285 862439 Serena Stevens South Cotswolds. Sick, injured and orphaned wildlife cared for and treated, then released back into the wild.
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