Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust

Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust

Charity information

Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust

Brent Lodge Wildlife Hospital is dedicated to the treatment, rehabilitation and release of sick, orphaned, and injured wildlife. We receive about 3,000 patients a year.

Founded 1978

  • Mission statement

    - To care for, treat, and rehabilitate sick, injured, and orphaned wild birds, mammals, and other UK wildlife.
    -To rehabilitate back to the wild as many of our patients as possible, and where practical obtain homes for unreleasable patients who can still have a good quality of life in captivity – but not at Brent Lodge, which is a hospital not a sanctuary.
    -To provide a service primarily for West Sussex and Hampshire, but accept patients from wherever they are brought to us from.
    -To provide help and advice about wildlife care to phone callers and email contacts, and via the Brent Lodge web site, Facebook, Twitter etc.
    - To educate groups and school children, and the public generally, about wildlife care.

  • Aims

    Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust aims to:

    • To care for, treat, and rehabilitate sick, injured, and orphaned wild birds, mammals, and other UK wildlife, releasing back to the wild as many of our patients as possible.
  • Overview

    Established: June 1978

    Registered Charity Number: 276179

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 3

    Part time staff: 6

    Volunteers: 100

    Phone number: 01243 641672

    Address: Brent Lodge Wildlife Hospital Cow Lane Sidlesham Chichester PO20 7LN

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