Introducing a new member to our team

We are very pleased to announce that Vale Wildlife Hospital will soon be welcoming a new member to our dedicated team of staff, caring for sick, injured and orphaned wild mammals and birds. Lucy Kells, currently the hospital manager and veterinary nurse at Wildlife...

The Orphan Season

This year we have taken in quite a high number of fox cubs. We have 29 in our care at the moment, which have come in for various reasons such as being hit by a car, being orphaned when the vixen has disappeared, or being found injured or alone for unknown reasons. We...

Polecat kits

Yesterday, another polecat baby was brought in, found in exactly the same place as the previous one so we are presuming they are siblings. We now have two little male polecat kits...

VALE WILDLIFE HOSPITAL SEEKING NEW TRUSTEES

Do you support the work and principles of Vale Wildlife Hospital? Would you like to make an ongoing commitment to help in a way which is tangible yet flexible and suitable for those who feel unable to take on more physical tasks? Do you have skills which may be of...