Directory Listing: The Wildlife Lodge provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal

Directory Listing: The Wildlife Lodge

Listing StatusLive (Last Modified Jun 1, 2018 @ 15:08)
Locationc/o Anderson Vet Surgery, 50 Cambridge Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 4EA
Species HelpedMost wildlife
Other InformationAvailable 9am – 6pm, 7 days a week

Contact Information for The Wildlife Lodge

Phone Number07983 708497

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. /anna
    thankyou for the swift response to an injured bird. very efficient and helpful service
  2. /Emily
    I don't know if this place still helps wildlife - I know they don't (or perhaps no longer have) the facilities to house wild animals because it's only run in a vet's practice and not an actual wildlife refuge, but also recently when I've phoned the nurse directly who runs it who works at the vet (I phoned her at Foxgrove vet) she has suggested to me to contact a wildlife rescue centre instead as they are a vet's - also that I'd need to make an appointment as a paying customer for the wild animal in question to be seen to. So correct me if 'm wrong, but it seems like this is no different to an ordinary vet's practice rather than a wildlife rescue. It could be that they only specialize in certain species of wildlife and not others. If you're in this neck of the woods there is Willow Wildlife you could try first.
  3. /Richard
    I rang following a bank holiday to seek help with an injured pigeon that had walked into my garden. My cat was very pleased to see him!. The young lady answering the phone, the nurse at the veterinary practice and the nurse who received the bird were all extremely helpful and friendly.

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