Help us raise funds so we can provide care, vet treatment and rehabilitation to hundreds of sick, injured or orphaned hedgehogs and other wildlife casualties this winter to get them healthy for release.
Hedgehog numbers are declining and with less than 1 million now estimated to remain in the UK they are now classified as 'vulnerable to extinction'. Habitat loss, climate change, depleted food sources and human influences are some of the main contributors of hedgehog casualties. Unfortunately, there are very few wildlife rehabilitation centres in our area and with the demand for our services rising our resources are being stretched. Without support many of these hedgehogs will perish.
Hedgehog casualties arrive sick, injured or underweight during winter. Once in our care we will provide the necessary resources, care, warmth, food, equipment and vet treatment they need to get healthy for release. We will assist members of the public, veterinary clinics, wildlife police officers and RSPCA inspectors across our area with hedgehog casualties.