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Join date : 2009-01-17
Location : England
|Subject: MATILDA'S LIST - SCOTLAND, WALES and NORTHERN IRELAND* Sat Jul 18, 2009 6:13 pm|| |
SCOTLANDShanwell Wildlife Rescue Trust
Telephone: 07849 184354Cover Tayside and Fife. Will euthanase unreleasable birds.The North East Wildlife and Animal Rescue Centre
0796 225 3867Aim to refuse no animal, bird or reptile, whether it be domestic or wild, but with limited land it has become impossible to take every animal we are requested to help. Try to find alternative accommodation if they cannot help, with other local organisations. Have a non destruct policy, unless the animal is beyond recovery and having taken consideration of veterinary advice.
Directions: Are approx. half way between Ellon and Auchnagatt, on the A948 Ellon to New Deer road. From Ellon - continue past the turning for Drumwhindle up over the hill, past the turnings for Dudwick, then the turning for Stuartfield. Staying on the A948 you will see the Centre signs on the right hand side. http://www.thenewarc.org/1501.htmlhttp://www.swrt.ik.com/Valley Forge Native Wildlife Refuge
AberdeenshireCan provide rehabilitation, long term care or safe life-long sanctuary to native species that can't be returned to the wild (in our case this would mean wood pigeons), but not emergency veterinary treatment.
Contact via e-mail email@example.comHessilhead Wildlife Rescue Trust
Telephone: 01505 502415http://www.hessilhead.org.uk/Georgie City Farm
EdinburghThis is a central working city farm,built on site of old railway goods yard,they have all usual farm animals,pet corner and are pigeon friendly,they recently have taken in a flock of unwanted white fantails and feral pigeons live on site and are free to come and go,all animals are cared for to high standard and the centre is maintained thrugh grants,legacies and donations by the public,they also have a rehoming service for animals and birds,there is a "wildwood"garden which is eco and biodiversity friendly and birds(including ferals and woodies)are free to live,nesting eqipt is left for birds and food is left on tables and troughs throughout farm,this is good for feralsSPCA Middlebank Wildlife Centre
Tel: 01383 412 520
Fax: 01383 411 398Members of the public can bring casualties to the Centre during the following times:
April until September: 8.30 until 10pm 7 days a week.
October to March: 8.30 until 5pm 7 days a week.
Outwith these times, there is a member of staff on call who can be contacted on mobile phone number 07733 007 257.WALESCity Wildlife Care
07794 179 207
Offers the rescue, treatment and care of all wildlife in the South East Wales area.Gower Bird Hospital
01792 371630Sanctuary treats pigeons but will destroy unreleasable ones that have been signed over.http://www.gowerbirdhospital.org.uk/The Haven Veterinary Group
1 James St
01554 772097NORTHERN IRELANDTact Avian Care Trust
2 Crumlin Road
Tel (028) 9442 2900T.A.C.T operates a policy whereby NO animal is humanely destroyed if it cannot be released or found a good home. Animals that cannot be returned to the wild are given a home at the Centre and looked after for the rest of their natural lives by a team of dedicated staff and volunteers.