Please find below Organisations who can offer advice and other information regarding the rehabilitation of wildlife.
THE RSPCA'S NATIONAL HELPLINE
0300 1234 999
Please take care which option you choose to ensure you speak to an actual person and not a recorded message.
For an RSPCA Inspector to come out to a wild animal or bird, you must be able to see it.
This is an online help facility only which lists Rescues by area.
Is a Conservation Charity and not a wildlife rescue.
The RSPB does not take in injured animals and birds.
However your local Reserve may hold contact details of people who can help.
Your local vet may keep contact details of people who can help. These are often kind hearted people who care for animals and birds on a small scale. If you are referred to such a person, please consider leaving a donation as usually the smaller Rescues are self funded.
The British Hedgehog Preservation Society
Telephone: 01584 890801
Website: Please click the link below
(Retains a list of all hedgehog carers in your locality)
(A website with lots of excellent and useful information)
THE RSPCA on 0300 1234 999
YOUR LOCAL VETS
THE VALE WILDLIFE HOSPITAL
The Fox Project
Telephone 01892 824111
THE NATIONAL FOX WELFARE SOCIETY
Telephone: 0845 8287 878
THE RSPCA ON 0300 1234 999
The RSPB has produced some very useful information regarding mallard ducks and their ducklings:-
The Pigeon and Dove Rescue website has lots of useful information, including how to assess the baby pigeon's age, why its important to keep the baby warm and also how to feed the baby. Well worth a look !
On the 1st April, a female hedgehog was admitted with lacerations and a broken leg. These were caused by a dog attack. The leg had to be amputated
The Wildlife Orphanage has had an influx of small hedgehogs over the last few weeks. These are the Autumn Juveniles, born late in the year. They are often seen out in daytime and looking a bit wobbly. Please act quickly if you see one as they go downhill rapidly.
With winter just around the corner, these little hogs will be just too light for hibernation. They need to put on lots of weight to see them through the winter.
If you see a tiny hedgehog roaming about, often in daylight,
Please ring 0771 1883072 for advice.