Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

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Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

Stapeley Grange is one of four based in England that supports the rehabilitation of sick, injured, orphaned and confiscated wildlife.

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Stapeley Grange is one of four RSPCA wildlife centres based in England that supports the rehabilitation of sick, injured, orphaned and confiscated wildlife.

We admit animals from south of the Scottish Border to south of Birmingham, into North Wales  and across to Lincolnshire. In 2016 we received over 6,600 admissions, including wildlife, exotic and domestic casualties.  This was our buisest year on record and 2017 is proving even busier!  

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Bringing in wildlife

If you discover an orphaned wild animal always seek advice before disturbing it.

However, if a wild animal has truly been abandoned or injured, then we can help.

Stapeley opening hours

Our wildlife centre is open for the admission of wildlife casualties but opening hours depend on the time of year and are subject to change:

  • Nov - April:    8am - 8pm
  • May - Oct:  8am - 9pm

Out of hours, the best thing to do is call our 24-hour cruelty line: 0300 1234 999.

Because the welfare of animals is our priority, we can’t let the general public tour the centre to see the animals as too much human contact can prevent them making a full recovery. However, supervised educational visits to support vocational courses or groups can be booked in advance.

2018 Wildlife Courses

24th - 26th October 2018 - Wildlife Rehabilitators

29th - 30th October 2018 - Vet / VN Wildlife Course

30th January - 1st February 2019 - Wildlife Rehabilitators

4th - 5th February 2019 - Vet / VN Wildlife Course

The Stapeley team will be running four external Wildlife Courses for those interested in wildlife rehabilitation, including vets and vet nurses.  For more information contact: lee.stewart@rspca.org.uk

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