Directory Listing: East Winch Wildlife Centre

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Directory Listing: East Winch Wildlife Centre

Listing Status Live
Location Gayton Road, East Winch, Norfolk, PE32 1LG
Species Helped We take all species we are legally allowed to take in. We have a licence to release schedule 9 animals like grey squirrels, canada geese and muntjac deer. Pigeons are always welcome.
Website www.rspca.org.uk/local/east-winch-wildlife-centre
Other Information We care for our patients for as long as it takes to get them fit for return to the wild. We will euthanase an animal if our vets feel it is not fit for return to the wild.

Contact Information for East Winch Wildlife Centre

Phone Number 0300 123 0709
Email Address eastwinch@rspca.org.uk

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Comments ( 2 )

  1. / Replymr j garner
    This wildlife centre is owned and run by the RSPCA. Do not take squirrels, pigeons or what they would describe as pest or vermin species such as baby muntjac deer because they will all be euthanased, as will most species of birds with a broken wing or leg. Find another wildlife rescue centre.
  2. / ReplyD Williamson
    These people are not very helpful. They treated me like I was wasting their time when I arrived with an injured swan. The RSPCA would rather put a bullet through a dogs head than try to save it.

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