Dorset Wildlife Rescue

WILD MAMMALS & BIRDS OF PREY RESCUE….. We are unable to take in garden birds or seagulls

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Supporters

Dorset Wildlife Rescue is very proud indeed of the fantastic team of supporters who ensure that we can go on rescuing wildlife.  Without their dedication, enthusiasm and love of our patients, we would have long since closed down.

 

Volunteering for Dorset Wildlife Rescue is no easy task, dealing with very badly injured wildlife can be distressing. Dealing with the after effects of the dark side to human interactions with wildlife can be depressing and fighting constantly to raise money to keep our doors open can be daunting.  But it also has its bright side……..

 Seeing an animal go free, back into the wild where it belongs…

 Holding a new born infant and knowing you are its only hope…

And the friendships built up over a joint love of our wild creatures and this beautiful countryside….

And its not all work, we do have a good social time too……

Here is what some of our volunteers get up to…..

Volunteers building a Bird of Prey Release pen
 
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We also build artificial Badger setts to help our orphans to have a good start back in the wild after they have completed our release programme
 
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Here some of our supporters are building a new fox release pen
 
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The finished article and the proud builders
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Here Linda, one of our staunchest supporters show one of the fox cubs around his new temporary home
 
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Andy is one of our champion rescuers, here with a cub he’s just rescued
 
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Two of our youngest and most ardent volunteers setting up a fox release pen in readiness for some of our orphaned fox cubs
 
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We at DWR are so very proud of these two animal champions of the future
 
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