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Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue

Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue are a wildlife hospital and registered charity who work 24/7, 365 days a year, rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing wildlife in and around Surrey.

hawr.co.uk/ Fundraise for us

01344 623106

Registered charity no. 1143603

Member since October 2021

About us

We provide a unique and vital service to our local community as the local wildlife hospital. Each of the thousands of animals we help every year has a unique story and a person who cared enough to stop what they were doing and bring the animal to us.

We support the general public, local vets, fire services, police and the RSPCA. We operate 7-days a week, 365 days year and are solely funded by donations from the public and our own fundraising efforts. We ‘Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release, Refine and Educate’. Our rescue and rehabilitation is essential but so is having a space for our wild patients to be released back to.

Education is important to us. We see many wild animals arrive with us whose injuries are often caused by man and habitat devastation. We have been educating in the community through schools, community groups and campaigns directly to tackle the key issues affecting our wildlife, and to create a wider understanding of the issues faced and the roles that we can play to alleviate them, enabling our precious wildlife to thrive. We have over thirty years of direct experience in helping sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals in their time of need.

Year on year we see an increase in the number of wild animals needing help and treatments. Please support us with our ongoing costs so that we can continue to function at the level needed to address the demand for our wildlife rescue and to ensure we can continue to help wildlife in the future.

Many people enjoy spending time with nature and local wildlife and his has had a positive effect on many people’s mental health. Often people have helped a sick or injured wild animal which is something they will never forget, let’s keep caring for wildlife together.

We will continue to battle here on the front line and we hope you will continue to support us and the wild animals that need our help.

Thank you from Anne and the team here at the hospital xxx