South Essex Wildlife Hospital

Dedicated to putting ‘life’ back into the ‘wild‘, SEWH is a wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and public advice charity. We care for sick and injured wildlife and aim to release animals back into the wild.

No injured or sick animal is turned away. SEWH relies entirely on donations.

If you find a sick, injured, baby animal or bird please call us on 01375 893893 for advice on what to do. See HERE for more details.

We help thousands of birds and animals each year.
They wouldn't be alive today without your help. Even a small sum will make a big difference.



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Our Latest News

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Thursday 23rd May 2019, 0:46

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

the orphan hedgehog season has started, we have had several disturbed nests bought in over the last couple of weeks. please be careful when tidying your garden not to interfere with any wildlife homes . ... See MoreSee Less

the orphan hedgehog season has started, we have had several disturbed nests bought in over the last couple of weeks. please be careful when tidying your garden not to interfere with any wildlife homes .

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Plenty of room in Ss154ah in the play area with plenty of tree, shrub cover with gardens backing on area.

How cute are they, on a more serious note I really hope they survive as our hedgies are really in decline thankyou for being there to help them and all our wildlife

Are you ever looking for homes for them?

awww they are so cute !!!

Maria Allen 😥

Maria Allen 😥

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Thursday 23rd May 2019, 0:38

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

we had another poorly badger cub arrive tonight, she is not using one of her front legs properly although nothing obvious has shown up on the x-ray. vet Tom has put her on a drip as she is quite dehydrated and refused to eat or drink. ... See MoreSee Less

we had another poorly badger cub arrive tonight, she is not using one of her front legs properly although nothing obvious has shown up on the x-ray. vet Tom has put her on a drip as she is quite dehydrated and refused to eat or drink.

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Oh bless her, i hope she is better soon.

Love badgers I hope she's ok bless her xxx

Everything crossed for her sweet baby x

Amazing creatures, thank-you so much for doing a brilliant job caring for them. I love to see one in my garden.🤞

Bless her heart 🐾

Look at her beautiful little face ❤️

Hope it makes a full recovery, you guys are awesome ♥️

She's a lucky girl to have you caring for her. If anybody can give her a chance to get better it will be you.

Bless , hope he / she makes a full recovery 💙 🦡

She is absolutely beautiful. There needs to be more people like you in the world who appreciate and care for nature!! xx

Hope she makes it

Best of luck with her guys, she's a beauty <3

She is beautiful, thanks guys.

Thank you for all your selfless work for these creatures!

Hope she’ll be OK after some TLC! 🤞🏻

Lovely photo Tom

Well done you two. Look at the time! Bet you had another night of little sleep. I’ll have to start bringing midnight snacks! ❤️

"we had another poorly badger cub arrive tonight, she is not using one of her front legs properly although nothing obvious has shown up on the x-ray. vet Tom has put her on a drip as she is quite dehydrated and refused to eat or drink." Does the cub know? She looks pretty happy and blissful in the photo like she is really enjoying Tom's attention.

So cute!

Jonathan Cooke

You got this girl ❤️

Aww gorgeous girl 💕

Thanks !! Xx

Cutie

Has it got a closed up eye as well

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Monday 20th May 2019, 10:42

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

so we are back with a land line, its been a very stressfull day with the calls to the mobile not being answered if we are already on a call, ( no engaged tone !) apologises to the people whos calls we lost, hope you kept trying. off to bed at last...we hope !

sorry everyone our phone line is down, our calls are being diverted to our emergency mobile until BT have fixed their fault. please don't call between 10pm and 8am unless your call is urgent. thank you.
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