NANNA provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal


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    Tommy Tom

    Needed help with pigeon squab – potentially injured but was unable to check myself – NANNA was not helpful at all, were unable to forward a number or even email address to help, and it seems like they are not pigeon-friendly as is listed on this page. The situation is now resolved with help from Shires Wildlife Aid in Milton Keynes via a phone call.

    Not complaining, I just don’t want others to have to use a few important (to the animal’s life) minutes if they find themselves in the same situation.

    Jennifer Olivier

    Some brilliant advice and support for an injured swift, thank you for all your help

    Donna Wymant

    very helpfull. dropped off a little hedgehog today .happy it will now have the best chance of making it through the winter