Our Vision

Working together to help save our wildlife

Severn Wildlife Rescue is a group of like minded and wildlife passionate people who want to preserve wildlife populations in South Wales and Bristol. 

We pride ourselves being a non-hierarchical group, from different backgrounds such as ecologists, vets and wildlife enthusiasts, all of whom have a say in the running of our rescue no matter how much experience they have.

Providing concise and up to date training for our volunteers is highly important for us. During the winter months we ensure our volunteers are fully trained and prepped, with qualified carers and vets leading the training presentations.

We hope to one day raise enough funds to purchase our own rescue hospital but for now we are focusing on raising donations for a bird aviary.

We work closely with qualified vets and other rescue organisations to ensure we provide the best care for all of our patients.

Collaborating, we believe, is the only way forward for all wildlife rehabilitators and rescues, to share knowledge, resources and help our wildlife. 

Working together is the way forward...

Making a change for wildlife

By all of us working together we can make big changes for wildlife to enhance their lives.


We have recently given our support to Alana Hurd who runs Wildscaping Worldwide and UK Wildlife Transporters. We hope by working with this fantastic lady we can rewild urban areas to make things better for our wildlife.


By doing so we hope this may potentially reduce wildlife causalities for rescues in the future and ensure better policing of those giving wildlife rehabilitation.


Help us save them...

Rescue, rehabilitate, release and educate

We are proud to say we have a brilliant working relationship with Valley Vets in Cardiff (Gwaelod Y Garth Industrial Estate).

This ensures we provide the best possible care for our patients and any medicine they need is prescribed by a qualified veterinary professional.

It is so important to work with veterinary practices so as to educate each other on how to protect and preserve wildlife species for future generations to come.

Without the support of passionate wildlife vets we would not be able to do our job so we are incredibly grateful for all that you do.