Two Hoots Haven Skegness

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Two Hoots Haven Skegness

Location Skegness, Lincolnshire
Species Helped Owls, birds of prey and hedgehogs but also take any other wildlife subject to room available
Website N/A
Other Information Any time phone and leave a message if I don’t answer. We don’t put down a healthy animal.

Contact Two Hoots Haven Skegness

Phone Number 07929 668105
Email Address debparr@btinternet.com

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. / ReplyKate
    I could not get through on the Telephone number above, however the following number 079296688105 helped save the life of a baby blackbird that had fallen from its nest. Thank you.
    • / ReplyHelpWildlife
      Thank you for taking the time to leave feedback, Kate. I've looked into this and they appear to have changed their number (to 07929 668105) so I'll update the listing.
  2. / ReplyRachel
    Thanks to Debbie and her companion for coming all the way to Lincoln from Skegness to collect the little one we found in the hangar. There were no ifs or buts as to whether they were able to help, they were already on their way before the phone call ended. Hope Olly the 'little owl' youngster has completed it's journey safe and sound. Was lovely seeing the look on their faces when they found out it was a little owl. Obviously it's such a shame that the young one isn't with it's natural ma or pa but I'm certain he/she will be well looked after, and I'll be phoning in a couple of weeks to see how he (that's what I'm saying it is) is getting on. Good luck little one and thanks again to the lovely ladies.

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