Wildlife Rescued in 2020
Releasing wildlife back to nature after they've been injured or abandoned can be emotional and up lifting. Common scenarios where wildlife needs our help include; getting tangled in manmade materials, road accidents, abandoned young and injuries caused by cats and dogs.
A second chance to be Wlld.
Making A Difference
Caring for Wildlife
Saving wildlife is both rewarding and challenging
Severn Wildlife rescue take on a variety of species including birds, bats, reptiles and dormice. These animals are cared for by our fantastic group of experienced wildlife rehabilitators who nurture them back to release them back into the wild.
Caring for wildlife can be extremely intensive and our dedicated volunteers work tirelessly around the clock to provide a high standard of care. Spring and summer is our busiest time of year, we receive large numbers of baby birds and bats, all of which require intensive care. Young birds will need feeding every ten minutes while bat pups require three hourly feeds 24/7.
We also run fundraising events to raise awareness and educate the public about wildlife. From adults to young children, we aim to inspire the next generation to do better than us and save our wildlife. If you're passionate about wildlife and want to get involved in helping Severn Wildlife Rescue, we always welcome new volunteers.