Chris Percival

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Chris Percival

Location 1 Abbots Way, Homingsea, Cambridge, CB5 9JN
Species Helped Mostly birds, some mammals. Licensed bat worker.
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Phone Number 01223 860933
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Comments ( 8 )

  1. / Replygerry franklin
    this lady is obviously a very kind and caring person and does everything she can to help injured animals unfortunately there are not enough people around like her id like to say thanks to her for the help i got from her recently.
  2. / ReplyAneesa
    I found a crow on the village green which had been clipped by a car - not sure what to do or how extreme its injuries were but as the green was frequented by many dogs and their owners plus the school children decided to go back and pick it up. Phoned Chris who was very supportive and gave me some sound solid advise - luckily crow was only stunned and I was able to return it back to where I found it where it flew off to be with the other crows on the green - thank you for the help and I feel really pleased that I was able to give this crow some help.
  3. / ReplyPeter
    Chris is a wonderful person - having spotted our cat 'playing' with a baby bird in our garden we rescued the bird, called Chris who offered to take it in and care for it. She is very friendly, has a wonderful dog called Betty, and we wish her well with her plan of a wildlife centre.
  4. / ReplyLISA WATERFIELD
    Chris what an angle you are !! thank you for taking in the blackbird I hit this morning - hope he gets through the next 24 hrs ok? I will call to find out.. thanks to the lord we have people like you in the world ... :)
  5. / ReplyHayley
    We found a blackbird laying on our path which Chris kindly took it in. A truly lovely lady, who cares so much about our little wild friends. You can tell this is her 'calling' in life. We need more people like her in the world. Thanks Chris, hope the little bird makes it through okay.
  6. / ReplyLynda
    What a lovely, lovely lady. She readily accepted my poorly blackbird fledgling recently and has got it back to good health with view to release soon. Thank you Chris.
  7. / ReplyLaura
    Chris is a lovely lady, my cat caught a baby black bird and she came and picked him up from my house, she does great work
  8. / ReplyHelen
    They're aren't many like this lady. Totally devoted to this cause, she took in a grounded swift we found. I understand other animal charities don't always give every bird a second chance but the minute you meet this lady you understand she most definitely will. We need to clone her! She was keen to pass on her knowledge to both me and my kids, I've learnt a lot about swifts as a result. Thank you for all that you do and putting aside a massive chunk of your life to use your expertise in such a valuable way.

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