Directory Listing: Wild Bird Aid

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Directory Listing: Wild Bird Aid

Listing Status Live(Last Modified Sep 21, 2017 @ 13:41)
Location Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight
Species Helped All British Bird Species, specialising in gulls.
Website www.wildbirdaid.org
Other Information We do not currently operate a pick up service – the casualty will need to be brought to Wild Bird Aid, unless it is a large or dangerous species, which we will endeavour to come out to.

Contact Information for Wild Bird Aid

Phone Number 07874 660863
Email Address iwwildbirdaid@gmail.com

NB: Do NOT email for help with a casualty as emails may not be checked very often


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