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Organisations working with hedgehogs in the United Kingdom

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DIRECTORY

This Organisations & Websites Directory has been developed by the Wildlife Information Network (WIN) to give the Wildpro “user” a guide to the statutory organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGO's), charities and other organisations which may prove useful contacts pertaining to UK Wildlife (particularly regarding wildlife casualties). The information within the directory has been taken directly from the organisations’ own Websites or has been kindly provided by the organisation. Each entry contains information on the organisation’s aims and work to enable the Wildpro”user” to make an informed decision as to the appropriate contact with their query. Contact details include, where available, direct links to the Websites of the individual organisations.

WIN has taken every effort to ensure that the information is correct at the time of publication but cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data. Inclusion in this directory does not imply that WIN takes any responsibility for, or endorses the actions of, these organisations.

This Organisations & Websites Directory is a living document and the authors welcome new contributing organisations, entry revisions and updated information in the future. 

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Hedgehog Organisations

The list above is not intended as a comprehensive list of hedgehog rehabilitators. Lists of rehabilitators are maintained by several organisations. 

For hedgehog carers in the UK see:

For hedgehog carers in Europe see:

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Wildlife Treatment and Rehabilitation Organisations (General)

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Wildlife Pathology, Disease Investigation and Poisoning

 

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Reporting Wildlife, Statutory Bodies, Legislation and Crime

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London-based Wildlife Organisations

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Wildlife Education, Research and Information Resource

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