Three Owls Bird Sanctuary & Reserve

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Three Owls Bird Sanctuary & Reserve

Location Wolstenholme Fold, Norden, Rochdale, Lancashire. OL11 5UD
Species Helped All wild birds. Pigeon friendly.
Website www.threeowls.co.uk
Other Information We feel that all birds are equal, and have always stated that “A bird is a bird, and a life is a life” – why should pigeons get any less treatment than say an owl or a swan?? We try not to fix hours of operation of the Helpline; birds in distress tend not to stick to regular working hours, so we simply ask you to use your judgement and only ring during the night if a life-threatening emergency.

Contact Three Owls Bird Sanctuary & Reserve

Phone Number 07973 819389
Email Address info@threeowls.co.uk

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  1. / ReplyNigel
    Please note that the charity operates over six sites based throughout the north-west of England; in Rochdale, Southport, and Carlisle. The hospitals and aviaries were relocated from Rochdale to Carlisle in 2010, and their Advice Helpline facility still remains very busy and invaluable when finding an injured/orphaned wild bird. Their website is a fantastic source of information, and makes a good first port of call when finding a casualty.

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