The Wildlife Haven provides free advice on humane, holistic pest control methods

The Wildlife Haven

Available 24 hours

Location Green Acres, Byland Avenue, Thirsk, YO71DH
Species Helped All Wildlife
Other Information

Contact The Wildlife Haven

Phone Number 01845 526 567 or 07772 871833
Email Address

NB: Do NOT email for help with a casualty as emails may not be checked very often

Please note – a listing on this site is not an endorsement. You are strongly advised to check the policies of each organisation before surrendering an animal to them, especially if it is of a species some might misguidedly consider “vermin” eg pigeon, squirrel, mouse or rat.
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Comments ( 5 )

  1. / ReplyB Jackson
    I found a soaking wet, cold starling at a bus stop. It is basically healthy, but has bad feet. I found ringing Krista and speaking to her a great help, to get some perspective on where I go from here with it. It has been decided that we will wait until I return from holiday and then review the situation. I have every admiration for the work that Krista is doing. She is very knowledgeable, but not sentimental, which is a great help when dealing with a difficult situation.
  2. / ReplyJ Varner
    Just wanted to thank you for your help this morning with the injured squirrel I found. You sorted it out so quickly and your volunteer arrived in record time. Thank you ever so much. I hope he makes it.
  3. / ReplyRosie
    Hey, they have a new website. It’s
  4. / ReplyRosie
    The mobile number is not up to date. The latest mobile number that The Wildlife Haven uses is 07772 871833. They also have a Facebook account now at Also, The Wildlife Haven are based in North Yorkshire but cover West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Middlesbrough, County Durham and Teesside. Thanks!!
    • / ReplyHelpWildlife
      Thanks Rosie, I have updated the details

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