Ryedale Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

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Ryedale Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Location 88, Ryedale Close, Norton Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 9DQ
Species Helped All wildlife
Website ryedalewildliferehabilitation.blogspot.com
Other Information

Contact Ryedale Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Phone Number 01653 695124
Email Address jeanthorpewildlife@gmail.com

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Comments ( 6 )

  1. / ReplySarah Trueman
    A wonderful rehabilitation team who have helped us on numerous occasions over the years, including providing help to sick hedgehogs & injured poultry. They have also offered advice and assistance over the phone. many thanks
  2. / ReplyMargy Scorer
    Contact very useful as I found a very small Tawny Owl and would have struggled to keep it warm and fed over 24hours. Was worried I shouldn't have touched the bird but Jean in Norton had another bigger one found in the same area a few days earlier,and so we felt reassured that our little bird would be better off with her than beside a busy dog walking track. Many thanks. Found details on the web very easily and could deliver the owl immediately
  3. / ReplyZebedee
    Excellent response and took in our very small hedgehog when other centres were unable to help.
  4. / ReplyStearsbygirl
    Amazing place - they are looking after our buzzard we picked up in Thirsk and he's doing well thanks to them and their amazing vets x
  5. / ReplyLord Flasheart
    So helpful in taking in two orphan baby Robins that had been found by our cat, when no other centre could take them. Really valuable resource for abandoned or poorly birds
  6. / ReplyChristine
    We took our baby tawny owl a as we unfortunately didn't have the time needed to give it the care it needed, the lady was very helpful and we happy that we contacted her thank you very much for taking it into your care

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