Directory Listing: Wildlife Welfare

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Directory Listing: Wildlife Welfare

Listing Status Live (Last Modified May 4, 2018 @ 21:22)
Location Stevenage, SG1 Hertfordshire
Species Helped Wild birds and mammals, no reptiles or hedgehogs. Pigeon and mouse friendly.
Website wildlifewelfare.org.uk
Other Information Hours available
10am-6pm Mon-Sun (March-Oct)
10am-5pm Mon-Friday (Nov-Feb).

Contact Information for Wildlife Welfare

Phone Number 01438 313526
Email Address carolinehuxtable@hotmail.co.uk

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


HelpWildlife.co.uk provides a directory of individuals and organisations in the UK who can assist with wildlife casualties. You are viewing the directory entry for Wildlife Welfare. Please note – a listing on this site is not an endorsement. You are strongly advised to check the policies of each listing before surrendering an animal to them, especially if it is of a species some might misguidedly consider “vermin” eg pigeon, squirrel, mouse or rat.
Are these contact details correct?
  • Yes I contacted the rescue using this information and they helped me (14)
  • Yes I contacted the rescue using the information above but they couldn't help (2)
  • No there was a problem with the information (0)
  • Not sure I couldn't get hold of the rescue (11)

Comments ( 3 )

  1. / ReplyCheryl
    I used the contact details and was given very good advice and help from Caroline regarding a young wood pigeon that was stranded in my garden
  2. / Replyk
    Phone number not right? Lady not impressed I called her private number. And said.numbers should be reversed which didn't work either
    • / ReplyHelpWildlife (Sarah)
      Thanks, I've looked into this and the number we list is the same as that on both their website and facebook page so I wonder if it's possible that you misdialled?

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