West Yorkshire Bat Hospital

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West Yorkshire Bat Hospital

Location 10 North Avenue, Otley, West Yorkshire, LS21 1AJ
Species Helped Bats
Website N/A
Other Information

Contact West Yorkshire Bat Hospital

Phone Number 01943 466101
Email Address batcarenews@phonecoop.coop

NB: Do NOT email for help with a casualty as emails may not be checked very often

Please note – a listing on this site is not an endorsement. You are strongly advised to check the policies of each organisation before surrendering an animal to them, especially if it is of a species some might misguidedly consider “vermin” eg pigeon, squirrel, mouse or rat.

Comments ( 4 )

  1. / Nick
    Called & spoke to Maggie as we had a very young bat in our porch. She said bring it down & we will do all we can, she gave me sound advice on how to transport the poor little creature. Arrived with my bat in a small box & Maggie took over, gave it a small feed & wrapped it in a little blanket. What great work they do, there were many in the hospital (Maggies kitchen) at various stages in their recovery.
  2. / Helen Jones
    Maggie came to collect a baby pip bat we found in our house. She had many others to feed and care for, but made time for our addition. Very passionate, knowledgeable and I'm sure tired! Thank you Maggie!
  3. / Tracey
    Took down a baby magpie I found, maggie and Bryan took the little fellow, checked it over and popped it in a box to observe. Known maggie for years and knew the baby magpie would be in great hands. Passionate, kind and wonderful people. Many thanks x regards tracey x
  4. / Win
    On several occasions I have phoned Maggie for advice or for an emergency packet of milk. My requests are always treated with the utmost help in a very friendly manner. Maggie is a star.

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