Where is my nearest Bird Rescue?

September 25, 2021

This is a question we are often asked, as many organisations direct people to us when their own facilities are full, or are simply too busy to take repeated calls - especially these last two years when staffing restrictions has meant each organisation is stretched to the limit.


We can understand that people are stressed by the time they get to us; their own local rescue may simply have an answerphone message, however we sadly don't have a magic wand to fix everything and today's volume of calls from the South Coast simply means that one rescue is full and we urge you to travel onwards to either the next nearest sanctuary, to a wildlife-sympathetic vets, or to contact the RSPCA for assistance. Note that the RSPB are not able to assist with injured birds, it is the RSPCA who advertise that they are there to stop the suffering of birds and animals.


So, to find your nearest Wildlife Rescue or Bird Sanctuary, please follow THIS LINK or click on the tab at the top of this main page.


Thank you for caring about the birds and wildlife around us.


Nigel

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