Directory Listing: Whitby Wildlife Sanctuary is a charity run advice website which is part of the Starlight Trust

Directory Listing: Whitby Wildlife Sanctuary

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Jun 2, 2018 @ 13:09)
Location Broomfields Farm, Stainsacre Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 4NW
Species Helped Birds and Small Mammals
Other Information Available 24/7 for emergencies. We never put healthy wildlife to sleep and if they are deemed unreleasable we will try and find them a home where they can live as naturally as possible with good quality of life.

Contact Information for Whitby Wildlife Sanctuary

Phone Number 07342 173 724
Email Address

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Comment ( 1 )

  1. / Pam R
    I took a very sick hedgehog to the sanctuary. I found Alex very kind and knowledgeable.

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