L inks to other Web Sites:

The following are links to animal welfare organisations primarily concerned with wildlife rescue, humane wildlife control or wildlife protection and are displayed in alphabetical order.  The list of sites is not intended to be comprehensive and no offence is intended to any organisation whose site may not be included.

Animal Aid:  "Animal Aid is the UK's largest animal rights group and one of the world's oldest, having been founded in 1977.   We expose and campaign against animal abuse in all its forms."

Bristol University Mammal Group:   "Bristol University has long been recognised as the world authority on urban foxes."

Fox Project:   "The Fox Project is a charity dedicated to the protection, rescue, and advocacy for the wild fox.  It operates in S.E. England, in the Kent, Surrey, and Sussex and S. London areas."

International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW):   "IFAW, The International Fund for Animal Welfare has been recognized as one of the most effective organizations in the world dedicated to protecting animals and their environments worldwide."

League Against Cruel Sports:  "Established in 1924, the League Against Cruel Sports campaigns peacefully for legislation to protect wildlife and abolish cruel sports.  The League investigates the truth about cruel sports and exposes the unnecessary suffering that they cause."

National Fox Welfare Society:  "The Society sends out treatment, free of charge, to householders willing to feed foxes that are suffering from the terrible condition, Sarcoptic Mange"

Pigeon Control Advisory Service (PICAS):   "PICAS was formed in January 1998 as a charitable organisation advising on all aspects of non-lethal bird control, but specialising in the control of pigeons.   It was formed to deal with an ever-increasing demand for advice on humane and effective alternatives to lethal control."

Protect Our Wild Animals (POWA):  "Protect Our Wild Animals (POWA) campaigns to protect wild animals from the cruelty of blood sports by providing video evidence to Parliament of the activities still taking place despite the ban on hunting with dogs."

Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA):  "The RSPCA campaigns in the UK and across the world for new laws which protect animal welfare."

Information about Foxes
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Information about Squirrels
Information about Rabbits
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