Directory Listing: Willow Wildlife Rescue

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Directory Listing: Willow Wildlife Rescue

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Apr 1, 2018 @ 21:20)
Location Chislehurst
Species Helped
Website willowwildlife.co.uk
Other Information

Contact Information for Willow Wildlife Rescue

Phone Number 07956 472284
Email Address

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Comments ( 5 )

  1. / ReplyL Roberts
    A very kind helpful, gentleman came out to me and picked up an injured fox. He cared for it and once better, he gave me a call to watch it be released back into it's home environment. He can also give meds to treat any fox with mange in your area. He also came out as I found a fox caught in an inhumane trap. Very knowledgeable caring and kind to animals.
  2. / ReplyMarie
    I found these very kind and knowledgeable people to be very helpful. I contacted them because I had found an injured sparrow in my garden. Although, not their normal domaine, they agreed to take him. They rang me to say he was Ok, and bought him back and set him free in my garden. Their obvious love of animals shines thro, they seemed to be very dedicated people. Bring it on, we need more people like this.
  3. / ReplySheila
    Eddie came out late at night to rescue an eagle that was caught in a very high tree, with very thin branches. Nothing could be done at that time of night, and early the next morning, true to his word, Eddie was back determined to get the bird down. Along with Chris from Eagle Heights, a perfect ending followed, (after sawing of a few branches) and the bird returned to it's owners. WELL DONE EDDIE. It also turned out that Eddie & Pat had captured, treated and returned our local fox, which many of our neighbours feed regularly, and it is also doing really well. True animal lovers, and great people. Thank you so much. Hope many donations come your way, to help continue your fantastic work. God Bless/
  4. / ReplyLinda
    I rang Willow when I found an injured goose - Willow is closing down - they state the ambulance is off the road, to be sold. They now only deal with hedgehogs (but Eddie said they do take small creatures delivered to their door). What a loss.
  5. / ReplyAnne
    I contacted this rescue recently about what I thought was a baby pigeon in my garden. The man was very dismissive and told me baby birds should be left alone and the parents would come and carry it back to the nest. This didn't seem right to me so I contacted another rescue who found someone to help. It turned out the baby was a collared dove with a nutritional deficiency and would have died without help. I've since found this site and read your pages about baby birds and realise that the information I was given by Willow Wildlife was wrong. I'm sure they do good work with some wildlife but they didn't seem to know or care much about pigeons, even though this site says they are 'pigeon friendly' so I'd suggest people are cautious when contacting them.

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