Kids day out in British Wildlife Rescue CentreTagged as outdoor, zoo
Amerton Working Farm
About British Wildlife Rescue Centre
The British Wildlife Rescue Centre was set up as an extension of
‘Stafford Wild Bird and Animal Rescue’. It consists of a hospital with
veterinary cover, a pool for the rehabilitation of water birds,
spacious aviaries and enclosures and housing for reptiles.
The centre cares for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife which is often brought in to us by members of the public and the RSPCA.
we take in unwanted/mistreated pets from the RSPCA and because of this
we have animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs and sometimes gerbils and
ferrets for re-homing.
For information about re-homing, you can call in to the rescue centre or telephone 01889 271308 for information. Alternatively, you can adopt your favourite animal at the centre.
The animals that come to us are rehabilitated for release back into the wild. However, some of the animals cannot be released into the wild due to the nature of their injury or imprinting. In these cases, they are given permanent homes with us at the centre where they live as full lives as possible in spacious enclosures with natural surroundings.
The permanent residents are cared for at the centre by a small team of permanent staff and volunteers who nurture them and give them lots of tender loving care. These animals then provide a valuable resource in educational talks and lectures to school children and other groups.
We rely on entrance fees, donations and animal adoptions to keep the centre open and to feed and house the animals. It is people like you that allow us to make a difference.