Welcome to the BWRC website

Our mission is to promote the welfare of wildlife casualties both whilst in captivity and after release back into the wild, and to ensure that casualties are handled within the framework and spirit of the law.

The Council is run by a voluntary Steering Committee, which meets several times a year and encourages contact between rehabilitators, organising symposiums and regional workshops, and periodically issuing a BWRC newsletter, "The Rehabilitator".

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Follow the links above to find out more about wildlife rehabilitation and the work of the Council. If you have any comments or questions, or would like to get involved, please contact us. Enjoy
your visit - we look forward to welcoming
you back soon.

If you are a working rehabilitator,
make sure that your up-to-date details are
on our Directory of Rehabilitators
(click on the Find a Rehabilitator
tab above.)

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New Hedgehog Rehabilitation Study by researchers at Hartpury University centre

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Lower Moss Wood Educational Nature Reserve and Wildlife Hospital

near Knutsford in Cheshire have asked us to let people know that their website has been 'hijacked' and that the content of the site does not represent the views of the charity. [LOWER MOSS WOOD WILDLIFE HOSPITAL]

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