Directory Listing: Pigeon Recovery

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Directory Listing: Pigeon Recovery

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Nov 26, 2017 @ 17:31)
Location 8 Vermont Road, Sutton, Surrey, SM1 3EQ
Species Helped Pigeons and some other wild birds
Website pigeonrecovery.yolasite.com
Other Information

Contact Information for Pigeon Recovery

Phone Number 020 8644 7349/07789 334486
Email Address loveanimal4u@btinternet.com

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. / ReplyAmber
    These two sisters nursing pigeons are the best in London!I have volunteered for several pigeon friendly organisations and can assure you nowhere there is so much, love, care and experience with pigeons as here. Bring your pigeon and you will not regret it. Absolutely amazing place filled with lots of love. I have left quite a few pigeons over there and all (except 1 out of maybe 30) survived. They are absolutely excellent!
  2. / ReplySandra
    Fantastic really dedicated to helping our feathered species. Very caring and very experienced. I am so pleased that I found this rescue centre it is amazing.
  3. / ReplyJay
    Tl;dr turn up and leave your pigeon in the hutches Called the number given a couple of times but there was no answer. When I checked the site, the site seemed to imply pigeons could be left at any time so I decided to take a gamble and drive the injured pigeon to the house and leave it there. Turned up and knocked on the door and there was no answer but we left the pigeon there anyway with contact details (as a sign on the hitch suggested we could do). Fyi the house is a bit hidden, there’s just a small gap in some hedges, but if you know it’s number 8 you’ll find it as number 10 is marked right next door. As we left the house, a neighbour overheard us saying we wished we knew the pigeon was going to be taken in who then told us that the people who live there are apparently a bit reclusive and don’t really answer the door but they were in because their van was parked outside. Apparently if you knock and leave the pigeon they will come and take it after they’re sure you’re gone. Got a text about 15 mins later thanking us for leaving he pigeon and that they had started to care for it. These people seem to really care about pigeons and I hope that the pigeon we dropped off makes a recovery! They say that they are strictly no kill so the bird will have a home forever if it can’t be set free again.

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