Directory Listing: Wise Owl Bird of Prey Rescue provides a directory of around 400 wildlife rescues in the UK who can help with wildlife casualties

Directory Listing: Wise Owl Bird of Prey Rescue

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Nov 25, 2017 @ 20:17)
Location Huddersfield and Wakefield
Species Helped Birds of Prey
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Contact Information for Wise Owl Bird of Prey Rescue

Phone Number 01484 860573 & 07969 559190
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Comments ( 2 )

  1. / ReplyTracy
    I found a sparrow hawk injured. Contacted these guys who came out immediately. Unfortunately 'chicken' (Hawks name) had a badly broken wing and had to be euthanased. The lady and gentleman that came out were absolutely fantastic and explained the break and the best way forward for chicken. Absolutely wonderful people. Thank you.
  2. / ReplyLiz
    My husband had an owl hit his car on the way home at 11pm. The owl was dazed and in the road 'playing dead'. Phoned the above number and spoke to a very helpful gent who explained that this is normal behaviour for an owl in shock and gave advice on what to do and offered to take the owl. After being picked up the owl eventually came around and flew off. Hopefully it will be okay. Good to know that there are people willing to help x

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