Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust
Wildlife Hospital - Chichester, West Sussex - Registered Charity 276179
Welcome to Brent Lodge Wildlife Hospital
Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust is a wildlife hospital based in West Sussex. We are a voluntary organisation that has been treating and rehabilitating injured and sick wildlife for over 40 years. We receive around 3,000 sick, orphaned, or injured wildlife patients each year.
For more information - and some suggestions of ways in which you could get involved - please watch our short informational video below (tap to play). Further information is also available on our About us page.
Brent Lodge Newsfeed
This is TV wildlife presenter Nigel Marven with “Hetty”, one of our resident disabled hoggies.
Nigel and Hetty both appeared on Good Morning Britain this morning to discuss the plight of hedgehogs.
If you missed it, you can watch Nigel and Hetty at http://www.itv.com/goodmorningbritain/news/hedgehogs-could-be-extinct-in-some-parts-of-uk-in-ten-years
Hetty was a star. She is blind in one eye, so can’t be released back to the wild. She is used to being handled, and behaved perfectly ☺
Even better news… Nigel has agreed to be a Vice President for our charity! Thank you Nigel!!
A very short video clip, taken by our staff member Rob Hayler, of a Sparrowhawk being released back to the wild. The bird had spent over a month at Brent Lodge Wildlife Hospital after being injured in a road traffic accident. Successful rehabilitation back to the wild, giving animals a second chance, is why we do what we do!
See it at http://youtu.be/ImE7ZP7jVRM