Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Shropshire’s only 24/7 wildlife rescue centre.

We rescue, care for and rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned wild animals and birds. Then we release them back into the wild.

Each year we admit and treat around 2,500 creatures and need to raise £100,000 for day-to-day running costs. Please help us by donating time, money or items from our wishlist.

If you’ve seen an injured wild animal or bird, call us for advice on 01952 728070 or visit our contact page.

 

Cuan Wildlife Rescue, The Signals, Much Wenlock

 

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Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Cuan Wildlife is a wildlife rescue centre where we take in sick, injured or orphaned wild animals and birds , with the aim of nursing them back to health. We regularly admit over 2,500 animals and birds in one year. Once fully recovered , great emphasis is placed on returning them to the wild - in most cases, this means back to the area from where they came , where they may have a mate waiting, or where, at least, they will be familiar with their territory or hunting ground. Cuan Wildlife rescue is a registered Charity which is dependant on donations from the public and businesses.
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 16, 2017 @ 15:00
This poor tawny was found covered in what was thought to be mud, but which turned out to be slurry!!! Poor thing...he's now had 2 baths and is looking and feeling much better 😊
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 13, 2017 @ 8:52
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 12, 2017 @ 10:50
We answered 9975 phone calls last year! 😳😳
This number excludes calls made to night emergency line .
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 12, 2017 @ 8:39
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 11, 2017 @ 13:52
Thank you to AV birch at Muckley Cross who donated £71 in lieu of Christmas cards!
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 11, 2017 @ 7:23
Thankyou to Linda, who last night saved this buzzard on a dual carriageway in Telford. She saw it being hit by a truck and falling to the kerb. Risking herself she collected him up and brought him straight in.
He's evaded major injury but his left wing tip is unstable, so I've strapped his wing and I'll assess again in a few days.
A very lucky bird!