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

These are some advice leaflets and posters we have produced. Please feel free to share on social media, download and display in vets, pets shops etc to spread the word.


Any animal caught by a cat or dog must be checked by a wildlife rescue. Please are this poster to help spread the word –




We urge casualty finders not to expect wildlife rescues to pick up small animals from them. Help spread the message by sharing this poster –






Hedgehogs need sufficient fat reserves in order to survive hibernation. Help spread the message by sharing this poster –








It’s frustrating when birds are injured or sick but still able to fly. This poster details a method of trapping them which may help. Share it from







Fireworks have a major negative impact on our wildlife. Please share our poster to help spread the word –






This poster summarises what to do if you find a wildlife casualty so is an important one to share –







This poster is a general introduction to what we do. A great one for vets and pets shops –





This poster we use to remind people that wildlife rescuers are only human and can only do so much! –





We get lots of enquiries about tatty looking birds. This poster reassures folks that they’re likely just moulting –


This poster summarises how to approach an unwanted mouse situation –

This poster warns that humane traps may not be so humane if the occupants are taken away from their territory –