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

This shows the last 3 posts from our latest News / Facebook feed. The full feed / News page is HERE

Saturday 16th February 2019, 1:16

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

this is an American rescue but applies equally to the UK. we have rescued 4 injured cats in the last 10 days, before the warms up and the cats are used to being indoors more often now is the time to build a catio for them to keep them safe and give wildlife more of a fighting chance against the man made hazards that challenge their survival.

American Bird Conservancy
VIDEO: These cat-lovers are also wildlife rehabbers who see the impact of free-roaming cats on birds every day. Will you take a few minutes to hear their stories – and to share this video with your cat-loving friends? (These stories may be too graphic for some; be forewarned.) Thanks to Second Chance Wildlife Center in Gaithersburg, MD Wildlife Center of Virginia and City Wildlife for sharing their stories.
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Wednesday 13th February 2019, 23:04

South Essex Wildlife Hospital

very pretty barn has arrived caught up in discarded string. the bird does appear ok but is a bit underweight. hopefully we can improve her condition before release. ... See MoreSee Less

very pretty barn has arrived caught up in discarded string. the bird does appear ok but is a bit underweight. hopefully we can improve her condition before release.

 

Comment on Facebook

So beautiful.

awww shes beautiful. love barn owls xx

Beautiful creature.

Awww, she is so lovely💛

Teresa Green 🥰

Hope a bit of TLC does the trick! 🤞🏻

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