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Directory Listing: Mr Wally Awol and Friends

Listing Status Live (Last Modified May 4, 2018 @ 21:17)
Location Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO31
Species Helped Most bird species except waterfowl/waders, with emphasis on Pigeons and Doves. Some species can be rescued and stabilised but will be passed to a rescue who specialise in that species for relevant rehabilitation.
Other Information Available 24/7 we will rescue most birds except waterfowl and waders. Our emphasis is on the rescue and rehabilitation of Pigeons and Doves. We have a ‘do everything we can’ policy to save any bird. However we will not allow prolonged suffering of a bird who fails to improve. We are able to rescue almost any bird initially, even if we do not have the facility to care for it long term. We have specialist contacts should any bird need further assistance. Facebook messages to our page, phone calls or texts are preferred methods of contact.

Contact Information for Mr Wally Awol and Friends

Phone Number 07765 564479
Email Address

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Comment ( 1 )

  1. / ReplyVictoria Road
    i had a baby starling (it turned out) stuck in my chimney, i phoned for help, which arrived promptly and the bird is now being nursed back to health. i can't thank Wallyawol (kate) enough for sorting this out for me.

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