Bungay Wildlife Rescue

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Bungay Wildlife Rescue

Location 27 Wherry Road, Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 1LG
Species Helped All Wildlife except seabirds
Website N/A
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Contact Bungay Wildlife Rescue

Phone Number 01986 893675
Email Address N/A
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Comments ( 4 )

  1. / ReplyJ White
    I contacted Mr Bradbury last year when I found a hedgehog in the road and he very kindly took it into care. I bumped into him again about 4 months later and he remembered my granddaughter who had taken the hedgehog and told us that he had managed to get the creature up to a good weight and was able to release it into the wild again. Thank you for your help and consideration on that occasion.
  2. / ReplyA Arbon
    We drove to Bungay to deliver a very young hedgehog in need of help. Mr Bradnum was able to help the little creature for us and has an area suitable to release the hedgehog when he is ready. We left an answer phone message, and the reply was very quick. We were told we could ring for an update in a weeks time. Lovely people, thank you all for your help.
  3. / Replymargaret
    Just brought in 2 baby hedgehogs today, couldn't have been more knowledgeable or helpful.
  4. / ReplyM R Baker
    I contacted Philip Bradbury in May 2017 about a poorly collared dove that had turned up in my garden and could not fly very well. Philip is a consultant wildlife vet and has 3 acres of reserve for releasing animals and birds into but nowhere for animals or birds which cannot live in the wild. Philip was sympathetic but unable to help as my dove had deformed feet which meant it was very unlikely to be able to survive in the wild. Initially he suggested I leave the dove in a box in his garage for him to examine but I did not want to leave the dove in this way. It would have been helpful if he could have recommended somewhere else to speak to about the dove. Eventually I found a wildlife rehabilitator in Cambridge via the British Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (http://bwrc.org.uk/).

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