Directory Listing: St Tiggywinkles (Wildlife Hospital Trust) provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal

Directory Listing: St Tiggywinkles (Wildlife Hospital Trust)

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Mar 17, 2018 @ 17:53)
Location Church Farm Aston Road , Haddenham, AYLESBURY, Buckinghamshire, HP17 8AF
Species Helped All Wildlife
Other Information 24 hour emergency help available via phone number below. Reception open: 9am-5:30pm, weekdays.

Contact Information for St Tiggywinkles

Phone Number 01844 292292
Email Address

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Comments ( 2 )

  1. / Eric
    Rescued a baby Dunnock chick from a cat. Called West Oxford rescue who asked to leave chick where it is (with cats prowling around!) despite cat attack and to call back in the morning if it is alive. Took the chick to St Tiggywinkles, Aylesbury which is 20 miles away. Staff was way more helpful, friendly and confirm the chick need treatment for cat bites and rescuing. I now know which rescue centre to make donations to in the future.
  2. / Mike
    Tiggywinkles is the biggest wildlife teaching hospital in the world and have a huge range of knowledge as well as a 24 hour reception for injured wildlife. I've taken hedgehogs and a couple of baby pigeons there - always friendly and efficient staff and nurses on hand to take them in and administer care. Excellent facility.

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