London Wildlife Protection
For any emergency, call or text the rescue line 07909795064 open 24/7
London Wildlife Protection focuses on all wildlife animals living in London. We are a volunteer run organisation and endeavour to provide a rescue and ambulance service when possible for all trapped, injured, sick or young birds, and we rescue and save eggs and nests.
We are a Not For Profit Organisation, and rely solely on donations from the public for provisions of foods and medications.
London Wildlife protection runs a strictly no-kill policy with rescued animals.
One of our volunteers will endeavour to collect the injured animal.
On the 14th March 2018, enjoy an evening of acoustic music at the London Improv Theatre. Ticket receipts will be donated to London Wildlife Protection and Mama Cat Trust. Starts at 7:30pm
For further information about pigeons and the law, please read this
All wild birds, including pigeons, their nests and eggs, are protected by law and it is an offence, except under licence, to intentionally kill, injure or take any wild bird, to damage or destroy the nest of any wild bird whilst it is in use or being built and to intentionally take or destroy the egg of any wild bird... more
The Animal Welfare Act 2006
The Act makes it a criminal offence to allow a protected animal to suffer unnecessarily. Free-living wild animals are not normally covered by this act but if they are under the control of man, for example trapped in or behind netting, then the legislation applies... more
Mama Cat Trust is a North London based animal rescue working with all animals but mainly cats and foxes.
Kelly's rescues is a small scale, licensed wildlife rescue, but also has considerable knowledge in domestics. Specialises in Budgerigar and Doves.
CW Wildlife Rescue is a non-profit wildlife rescue organisation, helping make the world around us a better, happier place.
Urban Squirrels is a London-based, licensed squirrel rescue specialising in baby squirrels, and offering an informal rescue consultancy.
Pinetree specialises in unwanted, sick and injured animals. This includes rodents, birds and wildlife. We have links to many other rescues.
If you know of anyone looking to take on a rabbit please encourage them to adopt and not shop. Our friends at Little Furries Rabbit Rescue can help with advice, set up, bonding and adoption of our little furry friends.