Wildlives Rescue And Rehabilitation Centre East Anglia

Wildlives Rescue And Rehabilitation Centre East Anglia

Charity information

Wildlives Rescue And Rehabilitation Centre East Anglia

Wildlives specialises in treating or fostering injured or orphaned wild animals and birds. Wildlives has a “no euthanasia” policy, & no animal is put to sleep while there is any chance of a recovery.

Founded 1993

  • Mission statement

    Wildlives specialises in treating or fostering injured or orphaned animals and birds. The work is complicated, because the eventual aim is for each of the animals to return to its natural environment, and live out its days as a wild animal. This means that they have to achieve a level of fitness and mobility in excess of that which would be sufficient for a domestic pet. Furthermore, all their treatment must take place without ‘taming’ them as, sadly, a wild animal with no fear of people is likely to be a very short-lived one. A great deal of time, effort and money is expended on each of the animals and birds. Wildlives has a “no euthanasia” policy, and no animal is put to sleep while there is any chance of a recovery. As a result of this dedication, Wildlives has a success rate far higher than that normally expected for a wildlife rescue centre.

  • Aims

    Wildlives Rescue And Rehabilitation Centre East Anglia aims to:

    • To rescue and rehabilitate injured wild animals and birds, some of which are endangered so that us humans may enjoy them for many years to come.
  • Overview

    Established: June 1993

    Registered Charity Number: 1104167

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 40

    Phone number: 01206 251174

    Address: 'Catkins' Frating Road Thorrington, Colchester, Essex CO7 8HT

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