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Animal shelters and charities: Birds
These charities help protect birds and their fragile habitats, both in Britain and abroad.

Registered charity
No. 1119286
BBC Wildlife Fund

The BBC Wildlife Fund?s Wild campaign commences in late April 2010, leading up to Wild Night In: a live broadcast appeal on 20 June on BBC Two. We are going Wild to raise funds to help threatened wildlife and places.


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Registered charity
No. 1042125
BirdLife International

BirdLife International is a global partnership of non-governmental conservation organisations with a focus on birds that works together on shared priorities - exchanging skills, achievements and information. BirdLife International is present in over 110 countries and territories worldwide.


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Registered charity
No. 1109060
British Hen Welfare Trust

The British Hen Welfare Trust(formally the Battery Hen Welfare Trust) is a small, national charity that re-homes commercial laying hens, educates the public about how they can make a difference to hen welfare, and encourages support for the British egg industry. Its ultimate aim is to see consumers and food manufacturers buying only UK produced free-range eggs, resulting in a strong British egg industry where all commercial laying hens enjoy a good quality life. s.


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Registered charity
No. 216652
British Trust for Ornithology

The British Trust for Ornithology is the UK's leading bird research organisation. Over 30,000 birdwatchers regularly contribute to BTO surveys – breeding birds to wetland birds, scarce woodland birds to garden birds. This work, done by a partnership of birdwatchers and professional ornithologists, is the cornerstone of conservation for UK birds.


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Registered charity
No. 1108834
Busy Beaks Cockatoo Rescue

Busy Beaks Cockatoo Rescue provides rescue, rehabilitation and permanent sanctuary for unwanted, neglected, abused and abandoned Parrots. The charity receives no government funding and relies solely on the generosity of the general public.


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Registered charity
No. 1121989
The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust UK

This charity supports conservation projects in Jersey and Overseas which continues the work of our great predecessor, Gerald Durrell, and helps to save endangered species which would otherwise become extinct.


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Registered charity
No. SC011160
Fair Isle Bird Observatory Trust

FIBOT has a long history of bird migration studies, rare birds, seabird research and ornithological studentships. Its aims are to promote ornithological research whilst also making it possible for the general public to get involved in and learn about our work and also enjoy Fair Isle, its welcoming community and stunning scenery.


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Registered charity
No. 1011102
Fauna & Flora International

Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world?s longest established international conservation body, founded 100 years ago. Renowned for its science-based approach, FFI has pioneered sustainable conservation work that tackles problems holistically, providing solutions that simultaneously help wildlife, humans and the environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1023891
Friends of Rosebank

Friends of Rosebank is a charity established to raise funds for Rosebank School, a school with specialist provision for children with autistic spectrum disorder. Friends also aim to support the families of children who attend the school where possible.


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Registered charity
No. 1066760
Hart Wildlife Rescue

HART Wildlife Rescue is the only dedicated centre in Hampshire that provides a rescue, treatment and rehabilitation service for wildlife.The centre deals with over 1,000 casualties every year and HART are currently fundraising for a new purpose-built hopsital and education facility to better relieve the suffering of wildlife.


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Registered charity
No. 224337
LLYS NINI ANIMAL CENTRE

The branch is an independently run charity based in South Wales. It is a self-financing organisation committed to providing animal welfare services in its area. The Branch is affiliated to the national RSPCA, but receives no automatic funding from it. This means that the 800,000 annual running costs of the Branch must be entirely met from fundraising activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1090499
National Animal Welfare Trust

The National Animal Welfare trust cares for unwanted and needy animals. The Trust offer safe and secure accomodation to pets that sometimes have no where else to go. Apart from re-homing cats and dogs, NAWT is home to a suprisingly wide variety of animals including pigs, cows, goats and rabbits.


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Registered charity
No. 1131614
Our Disappearing Planet

TO PROMOTE FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT THE PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS AND THEIR HABITAT BY MAKING GRANTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANISATIONS FOR THAT PURPOSE


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Registered charity
No. 1129318
owlrescue

owlrescue is an organization dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of owls and other birds of prey together with education of conservation and the environment to make sure that these birds are around for the next generation.


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Registered charity
No. 1024811
Petsavers

Petsavers is dedicated to improving the health of all small animals. It funds studies into the prevention and treatment of illnesses and conditions affecting pets and other small animals.


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Registered charity
No. 237696
Raystede Centre For Animal Welfare Limited

Raystede aims to prevent and relieve cruelty to animals and to protect them from unnecessary suffering. Over 1500 unwanted and abandoned animals arrive at the centre annually. Dogs, cats and other companion animals are found new caring homes while others remain in Raystede's care for the rest of their days.The Raystede Centre relies totally on voluntary support.


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Registered charity
No. England and Wales 207076, Scotland SCO37654
RSPB

The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all. Your generous support through Just Giving will help a wide variety of work in the UK and overseas through our BirdLife International Partners. The RSPB works to save species from extinction; to protect habitats; to lobby government for better legislation to safeguard wildlife and the environment; and much much more. Your support will help towards all of this work, and you can find out more by visiting www.rspb.org.uk.


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Registered charity
No. 205098
RSPCA Cambridge and District Branch

RSPCA Cambridge is a local branch of the National RSPCA and provides animal welfare services, including a charity clinic and pet rehoming in South Cambridgeshire, Newmarket and Royston.


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Registered charity
No. 223678
RSPCA Coventry Animal Centre

The Animal Centre is an independent charity and all the money it needs to survive is raised from in and around Coventry. The branch runs a busy animal centre rehoming over 1000 animals per year. In the current economic climate the animal centre needs more help to meet its daily running costs.


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Registered charity
No. 222620
RSPCA Derby and District Branch

The branch objectives are to use all lawful means to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate the suffering of animals. The animal centre cares for abandoned or mistreated animals and operates a rehoming programme.


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Registered charity
No. 210634
RSPCA Mid Essex

It's chief aim is to create an awareness of, and to prevent, cruelty to animals. It provides veterinary treatment at it?s Clinic in Great Baddow and raises funds through the RSPCA shop in Chelmsford and various fundraising events. It also supports RSPCA Inspectors and assists in re-homing.


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Registered charity
No. 1110501
Sea Shepherd UK

Sea Shepherd UK supports the work of the International Charity protecting marine wildlife and habitats. In the UK, research and education support the outreach and fundraising initiatives.


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Registered charity
No. SC036819
South Georgia Heritage Trust

South Georgia Heritage Trust promotes for the public benefit, the conservation and protection of the physical and natural environment and surrounding waters of South Georgia - and advances the education of the public in the island's historical heritage.


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Registered charity
No. 298352
Three Owls Bird Sanctuary & Reserve

The aims of the Charity (est. 1962) is to provide a secure habitat for wild birds in distress, through use of it's 3 acre nature reserve. Our website www.threeowls.co.uk has a wealth of information to assist if you find an injured or distressed wild bird, and you can always email for detailed advice. Previously we also ran a wild bird hospital and aviary service, though sadly despite a lengthy battle, this was strangled by Red Tape and ceased in February 2010.


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Registered charity
No. 1030884
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

The Wildfowl & Wetland Trust (WWT) is an international leader in the development and protection of wetland habitats and the wildlife they support throughout the world. Founded in 1946 by the naturalist and artist Sir Peter Scott, the Trust?s national network of nine wetland visitor centres inspires over one million visitors a year.


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Registered charity
No. 1109670
Wildlife Vets International

Wildlife Vets International is a registered conservation charity that provides expert veterinary support to endangered animal projects, all over the world. As well as responding to emergencies affecting endangered species, it provides vital expert training and equipment to biologists and vets working with conservation projects in the UK and overseas.


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Registered charity
No. 1001291
World Land Trust

The World Land Trust is an international conservation organisation working to preserve the world's most biologically important and threatened lands. Supported by Sir David Attenborough and working with local organisations in Central and South America, the Philippines and India, the trust has helped protect over 375,000 acres of threatened wildlife habitats since its foundation in 1989.


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Registered charity
No. 1081849
WSPA

WSPA is an animal welfare charity working for a world where animal welfare matters, and animal cruelty ends. WSPA's animal welfare programmes include a mix of direct fieldwork, campaigning, education, training and member society development. The charity is best known for it's work with bears but it helps all kinds of animals all over the world.


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