About the Centre
Each year, we admit and care for over 1,000 sick, injured and orphaned animals and birds from in and around Staffordshire. Our aim is to rescue, rehabilitate and release. Our rescue centre consists of a hospital with veterinary cover, a pool for the rehabilitation of water birds, spacious aviaries and enclosures.
We operate all year round, though the greatest proportion of out work involves caring for orphaned animals and birds in the spring and summer months. We could not do this without the support of our team of dedicated volunteers.
We also have a number of unwanted and rescued domestic animals from birds of prey to rabbits. All residents are cared for at the centre by a small team of permanent staff and volunteers who nurture them and give them lots of tender loving care. These animals then provide a valuable resource in educational talks and lectures to school children and other groups.
We are available every day from 10-5, so please call us if you need any advice. If out of hours, you can contact us on facebook and one of our volunteers may be available to help. www.facebook.com/thebwrc
How we fund our work
We receive no government funding, so rely heavily on entrance fees, donations and animal adoptions to keep the centre open. It is people like you that allow us to make a difference.