Who can help with injured wildlife?

Many people contact us about injured birds and animals.

This is not our area of expertise and unfortunately we cannot take in injured wildlife - but there are lots of specialist rescues who will be able to help. Most of these organisations rely on volunteers, so please call the one that is closest to you first.

Click here if you have found an injured or exhausted bat

Click here to search by postcode for your nearest wildlife rescue


A selection of wildlife rescues in Sussex:

RSPCA

0300 1234 999, national

0300 123 0723, Mallydams Wood Wildlife Unit, Hastings

Brent Lodge Bird and Wildlife Sanctuary

01243 641672, Chichester

East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service

07815 078234 (24 hour rescue hotline), East Sussex

Folly Wildlife Rescue

01892 543213, Tunbridge Wells

Grove Lodge Veterinary Group

01903 234866 (24 hour emergency hotline), Worthing

Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare

01825 840252, Ringmer

Roger's Wildlife Rescue

01273 308268, Woodingdean, Brighton & Hove

Seahaven Bird Rescue

01273 652820, Newhaven

Worthing and District Animal Rescue (WADAR)

01903 247111, Worthing