Fox Project, The
All Alone in the World?
Registered Charity Number: 1044928
The Fox Project is a charity dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and eventual release back to the wild of the Red Fox in South East England.
Established in 1991, as a unique information bureau providing advice on the Red Fox to householders, animal welfare and conservation groups, national and local government, The Fox Project then went on in 1993 to begin a life long commitment to the hands on rescue of sick and injured foxes.
Since our humble beginnings we have established an extensive organisation of volunteers responsible for rapid response local rescue, immediate medical treatment by a dedicated ambulance team, adult rehabilitation and in cub season, long term rehabilitation back to the wild of abandoned fox cubs.
In an average year The Fox Project cares for some 700 adults and around 250 cubs. We operate 12 hours daily, 365 days a year.
Since our establishment in 1991, we have persuaded most local authorities to abandon fox destruction in favour of provenly more effective humane deterrence methods pioneered by ourselves.
Much of our work is carried out by unpaid volunteers, the remainder relying on individual donations, standing orders, gift aid and legacy pledges from supporters.
All alone in the world? Not so long as The Fox Project is out there!
Fox Project, The
Kings Toll Road
Phone: 01892 824111
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