Project information

Baby bird seasonal appeal

To take in and care for as many orphaned wild birds as possible and then to rear them and then release them for a second chance in the wild.

This project is annual

Charity information

Bedfordshire Wildlife Rescue

Bedfordshire Wildlife Rescue logo
  • Need


    This project focuses on genuinely orphaned young wild birds, hundreds of whom are brought in to us each Year and would simply not survive without our assistance. Many have been caught by cats or pulled from their nests during garden clearance and building work. Very few are orphaned "naurally"


    We are redressing the balance of man's impact on these wild birds, many of whom, such as the Song Thrush, Sparrow and Starling are ever decreasing and disappearing from their habitats.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To save the lives of genuinely orphaned wild birds.


    » Raise funds to continue to be able to take in, feed and care for these orphans.

    Success will be in and of itself, the release of these birds.

  • Impact


    We are doing our bit to keep up the population numbers of individual species.


    A lack of funds would mean that we would have to cut back on the numbers of orphans we are able to admit.


    Via our Annual Report, website, social media pages and where required, by individual letter.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £1,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £1,000 Food Bill We spend £250 per month between April and July on the various foodstuffs required to feed orphans
  • Background


    Our treatment room in Houghton Regis houses the various cages, pens and incubators required for the successful rearing of our orphans.


    We provide a facility at which members of the public can bring sick, injured and orphaned animals free of charge.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We are the only charity based in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire with the facilities to carry out this work.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    All Of Our Volunteers

    Voluntary workers

Some of our wonderful orphaned Great Tits

Some of our wonderful orphaned Great Tits


will feed all of our orphaned birds for a day!

"birds are amazing and they need our help now more than ever"

Samantha Bedford