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Directory of animal rescue web sites mainly in the UK. Grouped by location and animal.

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See also UK WILDLIFE section. In some cases it's a bit difficult to decide whether a site should be in UK Wildlife or on this page. Check them both.

  • Animals in need (northamptonshire): rescue organisation for wildlife,and all small animals covering northamptonshire area
  • Bedfordshire Wildlife Rescue: small facility caring for wildlife, and specialising in baby birds, from the Bedfordshire area.
  • Berwick Swan & Wildlife Trust (Berwick upon Tweed) Treatment of all kinds of wildlife (This is a really elegant web site - like a swan I suppose)
  • Blyth Wildlife Rescue: Blyth, Northumberland: A small establishment which aims to provide are for wildlife in the Northumberland region. We also provide any information regarding wildlife via phone, email and our website. We also have links with local veterinary centres and other wildlife recuers, to ensure that every wild animal recieves the care that is required, in whatever circumstances and in any area of Northumberland.
  • Brent lodge wildlife hospital: Chichester west Sussex: Brent lodge wildlife care for over 3,000 patients a year. From sparrows, swans, hedgehogs, deer and all other British wildlife .based in Sidlesham west Sussex
  • Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit (CRRU): Scotland: Operates the only full time specialist whale and dolphin rescue team in Scotland.
  • Dorset Wildlife Rescue: 24hr Wildlife Rescue in Dorset. All mammals, owls and birds of prey. Specialists in foxes and bats
  • The Folly Wildlife Rescue Trust: Tunbridge Wells, Kent: Rescue UK wildlife,birds, mammals, badgers,hedgehogsfoxes, hand-rear birds, mammals in West Kent East Sussex
  • East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service Operates an emergency service for wildlife in need across the county of East Sussex.
  • The Fox Project A charity dedicated to the protection, rescue, and advocacy for the wild fox. It operates in S.E. England, in the Kent, Surrey, and Sussex and S. London areas. As well as speaking up for the fox, it  provides rescue for injured and abandoned foxes and works closely with volunteers and wildlife to provide for their care and rehabilitation back into the wild.
  • Foxy Lodge Wildlife Rescue (All Wildlife): Great Yarmouth, Norfolk: Rescue all wildlife, rehabilitate and release in the Hemsby Great Yarmouth area.
  • Gentleshaw Bird of Prey and Wildlife Centre: Eccleshall, Staffordshire: Treatment/rehabilitation/release of wild injured birds of prey, rescue of captive bred birds of prey, monkeys, big cats, reptiles and exotic species.
  • Gloucestershire Wildlife Rescue Centre: Hartpury, Gloucestershire: This centre is no longer operating. All calls/enquiries that would have been handled by this charity are now handled by Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre.
  • Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue: camberley in Surrey; and cares for sick wildlife and rehabilitates to release back into the wild. Accommodation for various wildlife but specializes in Hedgehogs, Otters, Badgers and Foxes.
  • HART Wildlife Rescue: Overton, Hampshire: HART Wildlife Rescue cares for sick, injured and abandoned wildlife. Our main objective is to return all our patients to the wild as soon as they are fit and strong enough to fend for themselves. Based at Dellands, in Overton, it is the only wildlife care centre in Hampshire.
  • Help Wildlife: National Organisation: Detailed advice about when and how to help injured and orphaned wildlife and UK wide listings of wildlife rescue organisations
  • Herefordshire Wildlife Rescue: Herefordshire, West Wales, Shropshire: Dr Sasha Norris is a zoologist with lifelong experience of working with wildlife in many capacities.
  • International Otter Survival Fund: Isle of Skye: We specialise in otters and take in animals from all over Scotland and northern England. We can also provide help and advice for people outwith this area.
  • Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital wildlife rescue centre, Kibworth
  • London Wildcare Trust: London & Home Counties: Dedicated to the rescue, treatment and rehabilitation of all wildlife & birds. 24 hour rescue, operating 365 days per year.Hospital in Beddington Park Wallington SM6 7NN.Relies on public donations and dedicated volunteers.
  • Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary: Nuneaton, Warwickshire : : A wildlife sanctuary based in the Warwickshire area dedicated to the rescue and release of wild animals.
  • RSPCA Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue: Leigh, Wiltshire (was Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue) :Oak & Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre: : A non-profit making wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre situated in the heart of the Cotswolds countryside. We treat and care for all injured and orphaned wildlife and return to the wild when ready. Registered Charity
  • Riverside Animal Centre: Wallington, Surrey: Rescue centre and hospital for all British Wildlife and also domestic pets. We care for over 4000 wild animals every year and now also care for stray and abandoned pets, including cats, rabbits, caged birds, dogs and guinea pigs
  • The Sanctuary Wildlife Care centre: Ulgham, Northumberland: A not for profit organisation whose aim is to rescue, rehabilitate and release orphaned and injured British Wildlife. Any which cannot be released stay here with us for life. Our Visitor Centre is open Friday through Monday.
  • Second Chance Lodge: Cowplain, Hampshire: All kinds of small mammals taken.
  • Scottish Wildlife Trust. Working to protectwildlife and wild places for the future. Good links for Scotland.
  • Secret World (Highbridge, Somerset) We are here 8am to 8pm, 365 days a year to rescue sick, injured or orphaned wildlife. If you find an animal in need of urgent attention outside these hours please contact your nearest veterinary surgeon.
  • The Sanctuary Wildlife Care Centre Specialise in British wildlife rehabilitation and can care for most species of wildlife except seals.
  • Shanwell Wildlife Rescue Unit: Dundee: Aim to established a network of trained volunteer wildlife rescue technicians across Dundee & Angus, Perth & Kinross and North East Fife. Will respond to calls for assistance from members of the public, police, local authorities and wildlife rehabilitation centres. All injured wildlife will be given first aid and transported to a vet or suitable rehabilitation facility. Also offer a transportation / wildlife release service to wildlife rehabilitation centres.
  • South Essex Wildlife Hospital: Orsett, Essex: Practice wildlife rescue and rehabilitation across South Essex and North Kent.
  • UK Wildlife Centres
  • Vale Wildlife Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre: Beckford (between Tewkesbury and Evesham, Gloucs): A registered charity dedicated to the rescue, treatment and rehabilitation of sick, injured or orphaned British wildlife.
  • Valley Forge Native Wildlife Refuge: Aberdeenshire, Scotland: Refuge and sanctuary for injured and orphaned native birds and small mammals.
  • Voluntary Rescue Centre for Birds & Wildlife: Sheffield Animal rescue organisation dealing mainly with non domestic animals. Funded purely by donations.
  • Weirfield wildlife hospital: lincoln lincolnshire: Lincolnshires largest wildlife hospital caring for all types of british wildlife with the support of local vets,rspca
  • The Welsh Wildlife Sanctuary: North Wales:
    : Small dedicated wildlife rescue operating across North Wales & Chester. 24hour Helpline available.
  • The Wild Hospital: Haywards heath: The wild Hospital rescues wildlife in Sussex we are based in Haywards Heath and our release site is in Ardingly
  • Wildlife Rescue (Bedfordshire): Rescue and collection service for all uk wildife in and around Bedfordshire: Badgers, Foxes, Deer, Hedgehogs, Pigeons, Doves, Ducks, Swans, etc, etc
  • The Wildlife Lodge: SE London: A wildlife rescue charity based in South-East London with the purpose of providing food, water, shelter and treatment to sick, injured, young or abandoned wildlife, particularly birds.
  • Wildlife Rescue (Burton): Burton on Trent, staffordshire: small wildlife rescue. 24 hour emergency cover for all staffordshire and derbyshire wildlife. see website for contact numbers
  • WILDLIFE RESCUE (Salisbury) Rescue of all wildanimals in Salisbury and other areas, vet treatment and long term care. 24 hrs callout Ambulance service. Very readable site. Good pages on Voles, Owls, Foxes, Swans, Animals in Distress, First Aid
  • The Wildlife Haven: Thirsk, North Yorkshire: Small family run wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre. Takes in all wildlife. Site contains very useful advice on wildlife rescue.
  • Wildlives Rescue and Rehabilitation centre: Thorrington Colechester Essex: C entre for the treatment and rehabilitation of wild animals and birds.Rescue, treat and hopefully go on to release everything from Bats to Barn Owls, Hedgehogs to Herons.
  • Wildlife rescue & ambulance service (enfield): enfield middlesex rehabilitation of sick,injured and ordhand uk wildlife
  • Wildlife Rescue Service: Wiltshire: Rescue and care of all injured wild animals, 24 hr callout service , vets, Ambulance
  • Wildlife Welfare: Stevenage, Hertfordshire: We care and rehabilitate most wild mammals and birds. Based in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. We DO NOT offer a collection and rescue service.
  • Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital: Wiltshire based organisation dedicated to the rescue of all wildlife.
  • Wing and a Prayer Wild Bird and Owl Haven: Norfolk: A non profit, private sanctuary taking in wild birds, owls and other wildlife
  • Wolfwood: North Lancashire Devoted to the rescue and rehoming of the least wanted dogs from the area and recover orphaned, injured and displaced wildlife, give them sanctuary and nurture them back to health, in the hope that eventually they can be released