Today’s customers are actively seeking out companies whose green credentials are in line with their own. Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue is keen to form alliances with local and international companies that are mutually beneficial and that share our commitment to wildlife, the environment and especially educating school age children

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In the competitive markets of today, customers are actively seeking out companies whose green credentials are in line with their own. At Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue, we are keen to form alliances with local and international companies that are mutually beneficial and that share our commitment to wildlife, the environment and educating school age children.

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As a wildlife rescue, we deal daily with casualties that happen often through a lack of understanding. Wildlife is a part of the world we live in - we believe if you take the time to show people, many of them will enjoy wildlife when they encounter it.

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You don't need a large space to attract and care for wildlife. Does your company have lifeless, unloved areas that could be transformed?  Water is needed for all life and a water feature is a sure way to attract any wildlife.

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Each year we treat around 100 hedgehogs. Many of these come to us as tiny orphans and we care for them until they are ready to be released. It is a lengthy process but well worth it. We see these tiny, often spineless cuties grow into adult hedgehogs and take their place back in the wild where they belong. Would your company like to name a hedgehog and help us care for them? It's really easy and in the spring they will be released back to the wild.All we ask is that your company or department help us 'Give A Hog a Name'.  It's really straight forward; just get everyone to put their chosen name into a box. For

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As a wildlife rescue, we deal daily with casualties that happen often through a lack of understanding. Wildlife is a part of the world we live in - we believe if you take the time to show people, many of them will enjoy wildlife when they encounter it.

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