Directory Listing: Shires Wildlife Aid

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Directory Listing: Shires Wildlife Aid


Listing Status Removed( Rescue closed) (Last Modified Oct 2, 2017 @ 14:46)
Location Milton Keynes

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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 Shires Wildlife Aid which is no longer live. If you have any information to suggest this listing should be reinstated please leave a comment below.

Comments ( 3 )

  1. / ReplyTombola
    Very helpful and friendly people - I found a pigeon squab which was potentially injured (turns out it was not). Shires answered my call and checked their email/Facebook page promptly. They told me a bit of useful information relating to the situation and offered two feasible options in helping out the bird.
  2. / ReplyGill
    This centre seems to have closed down. The Facebook page has gone as has the website.
    • / ReplyHelpWildlife (Sarah)
      Thanks Gill, will update

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