London Wildlife Protection

For any Emergency, Call or Text the Rescue Line 07909 795064 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 for the public for provisions of foods and medications.

Policy and Service

No Kill

London Wildlife protection runs a strictly no-kill policy with rescued animals.

 

Collection and rescue service

One of our volunteers will endeavour to collect the injured animal... more


News

UPCOMING EVENTS


LONDON WILDLIFE PROTECTION MONTHLY MEETING

Monday 6th November 2017 7:30pm  

The Parcel Yard

Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AH

PAST EVENTS


New Volunteer Induction

 

 

We run our New Volunteer Induction every month. This is for our new volunteers to ensure that volunteers are able to feel part of the organisation and are provided with support to enable them and LWP to get the most from their volunteering. Please download our First Aid Guide (created by Kelly from Kelly's Rescues)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WALTHAM FOREST ANIMAL PROTECTION 

The next Waltham Forest Animal Protection meeting will be on 7th November 2017 with guest speakers from Waltham Forest Cat Protection



London Wildlife Protection on Lush Charity Pot 

Friday 22 - Sunday 24 September 175-179 Oxford St, Soho, London W1D 2JS

 

London Wildlife Protection has been invited to the Lush Charity Pot 3 day event. Lush offers grants and funding to small, grassroots charities and campaign groups that are often best placed to make a real difference with limited resources. They support such organisations around the world that are working in the areas of animal protection, the environment , and human rights. The majority of the funding is allocated to smaller groups who struggle to find funding elsewhere. Come and join us for this amazing opportunity to raise much needed funds that will help many injured, sick and orphaned birds and animals.



LWP members oversee release of birds

6-Sep-17 

 

Birds trapped by wire mesh installed by Network Rail and left to die, were released today after LWP volunteers spotted them. They watched throughout the operation to ensure that the birds that had survived, were freed and unharmed.

 

Network rail should review their policy, as they kill many birds through illegally closing the escape routes of birds in this way. 

 

The contractors carrying out the work yesterday were very helpful and considerate, and LWP would like to offer them its sincere thanks for the their efforts.



Important Information

For further information about pigeons and the law, please read this 

The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981

 

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

 

Our Friends

Kelly's rescues

 

Kelly's Rescues is a small scale licensed wildlife rescue, but also has considerable knowledge of domestic birds. It provides injured and unwanted animals with health care to help them to heal and thrive... more

Mama Cat Trust

 

The next Mama Cat Trust fox meeting for potential volunteers and those interested in helping foxes and learning more about them is at 7.30pm on Monday 18th September in Holloway N7. Car owners are especially welcomed as so many foxes need to be transported to safety but for those without transport, there are other things that can be done to help. More here