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

Directory Listing: Every Feather

Listing StatusLive (Last Modified May 4, 2018 @ 21:05)
Species HelpedPigeons, wild birds, hedgehogs and squirrels
Other InformationNon destruct policy

Contact Information for Every Feather

Phone Number07899 031447

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Comments ( 13 )

  1. /Jan
    Stephanie was really helpful over the phone offering advice and information regarding a bird that I had found. She directed me to the nearest sanctuary and gave me some information on handling and looking after the bird in the meantime. A lovely person with knowledge and extremely caring.
  2. /Bev
    I would like to thank this lovely lady for her help with the tiny great tit chicks who had their nest damaged. one chick died before they were found but two were still alive and chirping . She told me how to keep them alive until she could take them from us to look after them.
  3. /Nickname ( required )
    Thanks Stephanie for taking little Rocky the baby pigeon today who unfortunately lost one of his his legs this weekend. Keep up the fantastic work, you showed us we still have belief that there are great people out there doing the most worthwhile unsung work. We will be in touch soon to see how he is. Thank you so much. Phil and Diane
  4. /Nickname ( required )
    Thankyou for helpful advice about an apparently injured wood pigeon.seems you were right just being lazy !
  5. /Paul
    Thank you for the helpful advice over the phone when I found a tired and cold baby duckling in my back garden, the mother had taken the rest of the ducklings to the nearby brook and left this little chap behind, after getting the duckling warm again I was able to drop him off at your address for professional care
  6. /Caroline
    Stephanie was most helpful and was an extremely welcome help when faced with an injured duckling needing urgent attention and struggling to get any help from what are considered usually the immediate points of call. Thank you guys your amazing and I know that the duckling will be extremely well cared for .
  7. /gina
    Sephanie had helped take in a couple of pidgeons for me, she and her sister know their stuff. Bless them both.
  8. /Lukas
    Great service and prompt help. There was a poor pigeon suffering from broken wing for few days and noone cared to report about it. I heard my neighbours saying some rescue services been informed but no help arrivedI tried to search for something by myself and I found every feather charity and asked them for help. They did take a poor pigeon straight away.It is lovely to have charities like this and people willing to help to even a simplest bird like pigeon.Whoever I was speaking to on Facebook - all of the best to you and your team (if there is one)You guys are credit to Wildlife :)
  9. /House with cats
    Answer machine message indicates no longer active and to source an agency on
    • /HelpWildlife (Sarah)
      Thank you for the feedback. I understand Every Feather are having some difficulties at the moment though they are still helping with emergencies where they can. So I'll leave the listing intact for now and it's worth others continuing to approach them for help where needed. I'm hoping they will be back on their feet soon as they are a precious resource in this area.
      • /Every Feather
        Apologies to anyone who we have missed. We had a brief period of closure but we are open again now. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  10. /John Allen
    Steph is amazing. Lovely lady and very helpful. Found a baby blackbird that had fallen out of its nest and got separated from the parents. Watched it for 3 hours - no sign of the parents. It was cold and wet and going dark so at this point we intervened and brought the bird inside to get it warm. Rang and texted Steph. She immediately came back to us. Took the bird over to Bolton for Steph to take of. She popped it into a carrier with a couple of other blackbird chicks ready to be fed. Steph is a fantastic lady doing a great job.
  11. /Maggie
    Thank you for your help yesterday. I brought you a pigeon that had been injured by a cat. I was so glad to be able to leave it in your hands confident that it would receive the best care possible.

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