Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

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Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

21.10.23 update

Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre is currently admitting all garden birds, orphaned, injured and sick. We can also take in certain birds of prey and corvids. ALL mammals are accepted

We are not accepting waterfowl, seabirds and some higher risk species due to the increased threat of avian flu, however we are making plans to future proof ourselves.  This is necessary to keep our staff and other animals in care safe.  Please call our national call centre on 0300 123 4999 if you have come across an injured, orphaned or sick animal.

Coronavirus update

Please be midful of our staff and if you have a cough / covid symptoms when delivering a wildlife casaulty please wear a facemask.

Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

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 2019 we received over 6,000 admissions, including wildlife, exotic and domestic casualties.  Due to Covid 19 and Avian Flu numbers are lower than normal.

Why not check out our autumn 2023 newsletter, which can be downloaded as a PDF.

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Bringing in wildlife (currently under AI restrictions on high risk species)

We are open 8am - 8pm, 365 days a year (8am-5pm on Chrsitmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day)

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.

Wildlife Courses (postponed until Spring 2024)

The Stapeley team will hopefully be running face to face Wildlife Courses at Stapeley soon, for all those interested in wildlife rehabilitation, including vets and vet nurses.  For more information contact: 

We are also now running webinars so please keep an eye on our facebook page for more information.  Our next webinar series for vets an vet nurses is tbc.