British Wildlife Rescue Centre
Stowe by Chartley
Staffordshire ST18 0LA
The British Wildlife Rescue Centre cares for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife, they work closely with the RSPCA as well as the public. All the animals bought into the centre received veterinary attention, and are rehabilitated for release back into the wild.
The centre in Staffordshire consists of an animal hospital with a pool for the rehabilitation of water birds, spacious aviaries and enclosures and housing for reptiles. Whilst the team and vets at the centre work endlessly to nurse every animal back to health to be released back into the wild, sometimes this is not best for the animal due to the nature of their injury or imprinting, in these cases, they are given permanent homes at the rescue centre where they live as full lives as possible, in spacious enclosures with natural surroundings.
All residents are cared for at the centre by a small team of permanent staff and volunteers who nurture them and give them lots of tender loving care. These animals then provide a valuable resource in educational talks and lectures to school children and other groups. By opening the centre to the community they raise awareness of the animals in need, it also creates a connection between the local people and the centre, and ensures the animals are aware of, and familiar with the presence of humans in their environment.
The centre is always in need of financial support in order to provide this outstanding care for animals, so if you would like to donate or even fundraise for the British Wildlife Rescue Centre then contact them today!