Directory of animal rescue web sites mainly in the UK. Grouped by location and animal.
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- Help Wildlife: National Organisation: http://www.helpwildlife.co.uk: Detailed advice about when and how to help injured and orphaned wildlife and UK wide listings of wildlife rescue organisations
- Swan Lifeline: Eton: www.swanlifeline.org.uk: Swan Rescue - treatment and rehabilitation
- Swan Rescue South Wales: Newport, South Wales: http://www.swanrescue.org.uk Rescue swans and other water birds covering South Wales as far west as Llanelli, north into Herefordshire, west into Gloucestershire and over the River Severn into Bristol. We are rescuers and short term holders for all water birds including herons. Birds in need of treatment are taken to the National Swan Sanctuary in Shepperton, Surrey.
- The Swan Sanctuary:
National but based in Egham, Surrey: http://www.swanuk.org.uk Dedicated
to the care and treatment of swans and waterfowl. With an established
reputation, not only within the British Isles but worldwide.
- Swan Rescue Sanctuary
(Wimbourne Dorset): www.swan-rescue.co.uk 24hr
rescue service for swans, hospital. Large sanctuary of 40 lakes &
ponds,long term holders. Largest purpose built rescue centre in the
- Berwick Swan
and Wildlife Trust http://www.swan-trust.org Set up following
a major pollution incident on the River Tweed estuary at Berwick in
1991, when 184 Mute Swans had to be washed, the Trust rescues and deals
with all sick and injured wildlife.
- Hertfordshire Swan Rescue: HEMEL HEMPSTEAD: http://www.swanrescue.co.uk: Hertfordshire Swan Rescue is based in Hemel Hempstead but covers Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and parts of London. We also help with general wild life rescue
- Wychbold Swan Rescue: Worcs: http://www.wychboldswanrescue.co.uk: Rescue rehabilitate and return back to their natural habitat swan and all waterbirds. Registered charity and have been rescuing now for approx 35 years.
- Yorkshire Swan Rescue Hospital http://www.ysrh.org.uk/ Volunteer workers and veterinary surgeons rescue, care, treatment and rehabilitation of injured swans and wild animals. The largest and busiest treatment centre for injured swans in Northern England, and treats the second largest number of injured swans in the UK