A million thanks...and then some

August 11, 2019

Now I know the website is popular, and lots of sanctuaries and rescue organisations send enquirers over here for help when finding an injured/orphaned/lost wild bird...but I was amazed today to see that since the new site launched in 2012 we have had over Four and a half MILLION views on this website! Total number of views (hits) is at the bottom of each page.


Please do continue to give us feedback for our services; of the couple of hundred or so people we know that we help each week (from responses received), there must be many, many more we don't hear from. Equally, if you find our services lacking in any way - please let us know too, so we have the chance to improve and hone our level of assistance even further.


So, Thank You for all your ongoing support; gratefully received online, by post, and in person. Every time someone helps us, we can turn that around to helping even more people and wild birds over a huge area - even global at times.


Best wishes to you all.


Nigel


 

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