This website is devoted to our feathered friends and all the other wildlife in need of help. Wight Nature Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation is a small voluntary rescue specialising in the rescue, rehabilitation and release of our native birds. Almost all of our funds come directly out of our own pockets. We also do rely on support given by the public. Please note that we are not a registered charity, large rescue centre or sanctuary.

As from now we will not be able to accept any new admissions or give verbal advice until the 3rd January 2015. In the case of an emergency you may want to check our Useful Contacts list for availble help or call your local veterinary surgery. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

We are a dedicated vegan family, who recognises the difficulties our wildlife encounters every day. We are unable to close our eyes and we respond to the urgent need to do at least our part to help animals in need. Although we might not always be able to help you directly, we are more than happy to give advice, and we aim to help you and the animal in need wherever and whenever we can.

Please use our email contact form, leave your contact phone number and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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If you see an animal in distress, please don’t close your eyes. Please try to help, get in touch with us, or phone immediately a wildlife rescue, sanctuary or rehabilitation centre to get advice.

In an Isle of Wight related wildlife emergency, pleaseclick here for more information, or contact Wight Nature straight away by using our email contact form. Please check also our useful contacts page containing phone numbers and hyperlinks of other charities or wildlife rescues dealing for example with pets or marine mammals.

“He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.”

Immanuel Kant

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