Directory Listing: Bexhill & Hastings Wildlife Rescue & Sanctuary

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Directory Listing: Bexhill & Hastings Wildlife Rescue & Sanctuary

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Jun 8, 2017 @ 13:42)
Location 23 Chantry Avenue, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex TN40 2EA
Species Helped All wildlife
Website www.facebook.com/SaveBnHRescue/
Other Information Please phone us using the mobile number for emergencies 07837 958 109

Contact Information for Bexhill & Hastings Wildlife Rescue & Sanctuary

Phone Number 07837 958 109/01424 225 647
Email Address bandhwr@gmail.com

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. / Replymj
    Hi. you asked where I found your number. I Googled pigeon rescue south east sussex and there I found your site with others but you was only bexhill help. I was so relieved that the baby pigeon I had rescued from a huge crow could recover and I was extremely grateful that you could look it properly. I think I may have told you it was a blackbird who was attacking the baby pigeon when I meant to say crow. I think you do a brilliant much needed job and it is so great that you are out there so people know there is someone to take these wildlife in if they find one hurt. Thank you again. From mj
  2. / ReplyTony Hammond
    Janet did a wonderful job in rescuing a young seagull that had flown from our roof but couldn't get up again. She said it would be fed along with other rescue gulls until they were ready to be released back into the wild. We are very grateful...
  3. / ReplyMags
    Thankyou for taking our baby seagull this afternoon. It was good to know there was somewhere we could bring him as we had watched him becoming distressed went the parents abandoned him after he fell from a roof.

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