Learning and Events

Our learning programme for schools, Wildlife Academy school holiday activities, adult courses and special events aim to engage and inspire a love for British wildlife

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Found an Injured Animal?

In an emergency, you can call us on 01278 783250 but please see our helpful guide on how to help injured wildlife and what you should do.

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How You Can Help

There are many ways you can get involved to make a difference and help British wildlife. From fundraising and volunteering to donating gifts in kind and adopting an animal.

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Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release

Happy 2018 to all our supporters and volunteers!

Preventing British wildlife suffering needlessly and inspiring an understanding and love of wildlife and the countryside.

Based on the beautiful Somerset Levels.

 

Face the Fire

Make this your first sponsored challenge of 2018! A firewalk is the most inspirational journey you will ever undertake:  a bare-foot walk over red-hot wood embers of around 800 degrees. No tricks, no special effects, just you and the fire. Join us for this inspirational adventure on Saturday 17 February 2018 – raise your game whilst raising money … Continued

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Latest Events

View all of the events taking place in and around Secret World Wildlife Rescue. Get involved!

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Wildlife Course 1

10:00 am – 4:30 pm January 20

Secret World Wildlife Rescue

This wildlife course is for people wishing to know more about wildlife rescue and rehabilitation and introduce them to some of the methods we use at Secret World Wildlife Rescue (SWWR). This course also forms the basis and introduction to the SWWR Certificate in Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release. During this course we will be discussing the … Continued

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Wildlife Course 3

10:00 am – 4:30 pm February 10

Secret World Wildlife Rescue

  This wildlife course, led by lecturer Liz Mullineaux (Scientific Advisor and veterinary surgeon SWWR), will discuss how to assess and examine rescued animals at admission, as we do here at Secret World Wildlife Rescue (SWWR).  Triage is the process by which we decide which animals we can successfully treat and release and which we need … Continued

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Secret World News

Latest News from Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Brave the fire for injured wildlife

People are being asked to take on the hottest walk of their lives in aid of a wildlife.

The New Year is often the time for resolutions and if you are looking to challenge yourself then look no further.

Secret World Wildlife Rescue, based in Highbridge, is running a sponsored fire walk in February. They are looking for brave souls to put their best foot forward and walk over red-hot wood embers of up to 800 degrees.

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Venue Hire

Nestled in the rural grounds of Secret World Wildlife Rescue, the picturesque Bluebell Barn offers a unique location for a variety of events. Whether you are looking for a meeting or training venue or an idyllic setting for your wedding or family celebration, the Bluebell Barn could offer you the ideal package.

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