Wildlives rescues, treats and hopefully goes on to release everything from Bats to Barn Owls, Hedgehogs to Herons.
Different enclosures, covering 6 acres of land, provide as natural an environment as possible for our patients.
Member of the
European Wildlife
Rehabilitation Association.

Registered Charity Number 1104167

The News Letters go right back to 2002, there are some interesting articles of the development of the centre as well as other useful information
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Hedgehog Warning
We cannot let this time of year pass without our usual warnings about hedgehogs. Bonfire piles are perfect sleeping areas for hedgehogs and every year many get burnt alive. If you are having a bonfire, just make sure you move it shortly before lighting it and this will allow hedgehogs to move to safety.
This year second litters have been born later than usual due to the cold winter. This means that there may still be young and underweight hedgehogs around. Remember if they are under 600gr they will not survive hibernation and need to be brought to Wildlives

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