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Below is a list of links to related websites which you may find useful.


The Swan Sanctuary

Welcome to the home page of the Swan Sanctuary's web site. The Swan Sanctuary is a charity dedicated to the care and treatment of swans and waterfowl with an established reputation, not only within the British Isles but worldwide. The Swan Sanctuary is proud to have facilities that include a fully equipped operating theatre, an X-ray room, an intensive care ward, an isolation ward, a washing room for oiled swans, several nursing ponds and a 4-acre rehabilitation lake. In the year 2000, we were instrumental in treating close on 4,000 mute swans, both at the sanctuary and in the field across the whole of England, Wales, Scotland and both Northern and Southern Ireland.

In addition to the main sanctuary site in Shepperton, Middlesex the sanctuary has several associate rescue centres around England and in Southern Ireland. Details of how to contact these centres may be found on our "How to Contact us" page.


Chrissie's Owls

Chrissie's Owls are a small group of people committed to the care and conservation of Owls.We attend large country shows all over the country and also go to fetes and other events.

We give talks to groups and organisations and visit nursing homes and hospitals.

We give educational talks to schools and can provide an educational pack to be used in conjunction with our visit.

We run Owl Evenings, Owl Experiences, Owl Walks and we do home visits for people who are housebound or ill.

For anyone seriously thinking of owning an Owl we do an Owl Care Course.

We can provide trained owls for film work, photography and also for artists.

Chrissie's Owls provide a rescue service for injured wild owls and also captive-bred owls that for one reason or another need caring for and re-homing.

We are committed to the conservation of these wonderful creatures and provide nest boxes for Barn, Tawny, Little Owl and Kestrel.

We are happy to give advice to anyone who wants to help our native owl species.


World of owls

Northern Irelands Premier Owl, Bird of Prey and Exotic Animal Conservation Centre.

Working to benefit education and conservation for Northern Ireland.

Dedicated and fully trained voluntary staff.

World of Owls is open within the very beautiful Randalstown Forest


Animal Zone UK

As part of my company, I offer a rescue service for various Exotic pets, mostly reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and exotic birds.

Most of the animals we receive stay with us for the duration and are often used in presentations to help illustrate the pros and cons of keeping exotic animals.

Animal zone UK also runs an adoption service where suitable animals are fostered to appropriate vetted homes, these animals remain under animal zone UK's supervision.

This side of the company is completely non-profit making.

Animalzone UK also offers free impartial advice.

It is my policy not to judge or question the circumstances with regards to a rescue rather the animal in questions immediate welfare which is of paramount importance to me.


Reptile Rescue Den

Reptile Rescue Den are based in Bolton, Lancashire, in the North West of England. We have over 27 years experience dealing with snakes, lizards and Chelonia. We are also RSPCA approved!

Our aim is to rescue sick or unwanted reptiles and re-home reptiles to caring responsible homes or offer sanctuary here should they be unfit for re-homing. We offer Educational Visits to schools and other groups as part of their curriculum or for summer fairs etc. Just contact us for more details. We also offer free friendly advice if you want to own a reptile or if you can no longer care for one. We can accommodate (regardless of size) snakes, lizards, amphibians, arachnids, inverts, turtles and tortoises. Please note we offer a life-long home here for tortoises, we do NOT place them up for re-homing elsewhere.


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