Directory Listing: Cambridgeshire Wildlife Care

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Directory Listing: Cambridgeshire Wildlife Care

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Mar 17, 2017 @ 19:27)
Location Soham, Cambridgeshire
Species Helped Mainly small mammals and small water birds. Limited capacity for large mammals and other birds.
Website www.cambswildlifecare.org.uk
Other Information We are a small rescue centre run by volunteers. We do our best to respond to all enquiries between the hours of 7.30am – 7.30pm. However, there are unfortunately times when this is not possible, so please contact alternative sources of help outside of these hours and/or if you are in need of urgent assistance.

Contact Information for Cambridgeshire Wildlife Care

Phone Number 07977 320320
Email Address info@cambswildlifecare.org.uk

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


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Comments ( 3 )

  1. / ReplyCarolyn
    Thanks so much to Dinah for assistance to hand rear orphaned doves......without help they would surely have died, but are now released and have grown into beautiful young adults. Keep up the excellent work! Thank you.
  2. / Replyness
    Dinah took in a lost duckling my daughter found and named ‘Capuccino’, she can’t wait to hear how it’s getting on as she became very attached to it. Great work... Thank you
  3. / ReplySarah
    Took a baby bird. Dinah and the girls swiftly dealt with warming it up and feeding it. Very kind

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