Finnigan’s Rainbow

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Finnigan’s Rainbow

Location Myrtle Cottage, Lower Cargenwen, Black Rock, Nr Praze-an-Beeble, Cornwall, TR14 9PJ
Species Helped I deal mainly with mammals – hedgehogs, foxes etc but also have experience with owls, buzzards and other birds of prey. However, of course I will never turn away a pigeon, seagull or jackdaw etc
Website finnigansrainbow.wordpress.com
Other Information

Contact Finnigan’s Rainbow

Phone Number 07887 710940
Email Address sirenia@btinternet.com

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Comments ( 6 )

  1. / Replylizzy
    Not able to call or pull up website
    • / ReplyHelpWildlife
      Thanks for the feedback, Lizzy. I have updated the website link above.
  2. / ReplyLH
    Tried phoning regarding an injured Buzzard, but number not recognised.
    • / ReplyHelpWildlife
      Thanks, we're looking into this.
  3. / ReplyFinnigans Rainbow
    Hello There, I am so sorry to find all my details on here are incorrect - I am still operating as a small wildlife rehabilitation unit in West Cornwall and would be really grateful if my details could be updated : e-mail is sirenia@btinternet.com mobile telephone number 07887 710940 I have no landline number I deal mainly with mammals - hedgehogs, foxes etc but also have experience with owls, buzzards and other birds of prey. However, of course I will never turn away a pigeon, seagull or jackdaw etc. Again, I feel awful that the information on here has remained incorrect for so long Many Thanks Caroline ( Finnigans Rainbow)
    • / ReplyHelpWildlife
      Thank you for updating us, Caroline :)

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