Greenman Wildlife Care

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Greenman Wildlife Care

Location 4 Coldharbour, North Waltham, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG25 2BH
Species Helped All wildlife
Website N/A
Other Information

Contact Greenman Wildlife Care

Phone Number 01256 398223 or O7778 563048
Email Address greenmanwildlifecare@yahoo.co.uk

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Comments ( 7 )

  1. / ReplyRita Denham
    Please note the number has now changed, if you need us please ring,__07778563048__Thank you__Greenman Wildlife Care
  2. / ReplyDiane Rivens
    What can I say .. Rita and her daughter are AWESOME! Took in a young pigeon from me today and I am truly humbled by what they do. They nurture newly hatched birds to old birds too, hedgehogs, geese, ducks ... they truly care about all the animals in their care! GREAT JOB GIRLS !!! xxxxx
  3. / Replystephanie
    Spoke to Rita today and she advised and reassured my on a baby wood pigeon question. What a wonderful person. Thank you Rita 😀😀😀
  4. / ReplyJulie
    We are so grateful to Rita for her care and expertise. I called at 8.30 on a Sat. evening and she did not hesitate in encouraging me to immediately bring along the injured bird we had found. A wonderful generous lady.
  5. / ReplyNess
    Called Rita first thing this morning and she was happy to take in an injured baby pigeon that had been taken from its nest straight away. While we were there someone else was dropping off a baby mouse. Lovely lady, please do give her a donation if you can, otherwise she is always in need of towels and blankets and cereal. Many thanks Rita.
  6. / ReplyKaren
    Rita and her daughter kindly took in three tiny finch hatchlings, without hesitation, on a Sunday afternoon in August. Her knowledge and dedication is second to none and I wish her and her beautiful daughter all the best with their continued success in looking after injured and orphaned animals & birds.
  7. / ReplyTina
    I called Rita about a couple of hedgehogs that needed help during the winter. Wow what an amazing, knowledgeable and caring lady. Rita didn't even hesitate to offer to take them in. I took them round with some food that I had brought to help her out along with some towells that they desperately needed. Please help if you can with donations, blankets, towells, dog & cat food and cererals. Our 'In need' wildlife need special people such as Rita to help them survive, please help if you can x

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