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Natasha with the wobble bridge under construction.

A new wobble bridge for our tigers Natasha and Zoppa!

Posted on January 18, 2024

Winter is usually the time to get cosy indoors, but not for our tigers Natasha and Zoppa – who have…

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A close-up of a White-clawed Crayfish at the new conservation centre.

Our White-clawed Crayfish conservation centre is opening on the 27th of January!

Posted on December 22, 2023

The White-clawed Crayfish is the UK’s only native species of crayfish, a type of crustacean which resembles a small lobster….

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Softi & Toph – 6 Months on… 

Posted on November 10, 2023

Many of our members joined us on the 3rd November to celebrate the arrival of Softi and Toph six months…

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Assistance Dogs can now take a walk on the wild-side!

Posted on November 08, 2023

After successful trials and help from the organisation Ability Dogs 4 Young People, the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary has announced that…

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Sarah’s Loss of Identity for Softi and Toph

Posted on June 13, 2023

Wildheart Animal Sanctuary volunteer, Sarah Whitter, has undertaken her greatest challenge so far for the Sanctuary, this time on more…

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Join us in the BIAZA campaign “Spotted on Site”

Posted on April 14, 2023

Be part of the BIAZA BioBlitz weekend 29th April – 1st May, 2023. The Wildheart Animal Sanctuary has been participating in the…

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Ability dogs 4 Young People trials at Sanctuary

Posted on April 13, 2023

Wildheart Animal Sanctuary animals get to know the locals – the 4 legged kind that is! Here at the Wildheart…

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McLovin – end of an era!

Posted on April 04, 2023

Today is a historic, but sad day for the Wildheart family. McLovin the Mongoose lemur has passed away. McLovin was…

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Arrival of Softi and Toph

Posted on February 15, 2023

We will be welcoming these two amazing animals, who have endured so much, into our home and into our hearts, to continue their rehabilitation and to live out their lives in peace.

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