What We Do

Animals’ Voice educates the public and keeps them informed of what is happening to wildlife in the UK and overseas.

We have also taken in injured animals in the past; however, we can't take in wildlife at the moment as we are working on opening our new wildlife rescue centre.

Over the years, have helped to care for various injured or orphaned wildlife including: rabbits, hares, hedgehogs, ducks, swans, owls, even unusual ones such as great crested grebes.

Our work encourages the care and protection of all wild animals and birds, insects, fauna, and flora. We recognise that today's youth are our future custodians of wildlife: therefore education is so important. Wildlife numbers are in decline, for a variety of reasons including changes caused to their habitats, climate change and increasing numbers of traffic incidients. In the UK, we are losing species at an alarming rate. The number of UK hedgehogs and dormice and their habitats is in decline, and there is a real risk that they will become extinct.

Education is key. We all need to learn and do everything we can to protect wildlife and their habitats if we continue to have and enjoy native species of mammals, birds, insects, and amphibians in years to come.

Educational Work

Although we can't currently take in injured wildlife, we still help where we can. Our staff provide relevant help where they can and aim you toward other wildlife charities who can help rehabilitate injured wildlife.

Diagram of a ladybird
Diagram of a ladybird
Diagram of a bumblebee
Diagram of a bumblebee


Members receive three issues of Animals' Voice magazine throughout the year. The magazine highlights various different aspects of our work to members including animal welfare campaigns, crosswords and competitions. It also informs our members on the progress we are making with our wildlife rescue centre and other projects.

The UACTA magazine is sent to members, schools, organisations etc., keeping them informed of our activities and the progress we are making.