We operate Foxy Lodge from our house and garden. We use one bedroom as a nursury for the sick, injured and young, mainly hedgehogs until they are ready to go outside in one of the aviaries or released.
This is foxy 1. We made this enclosure ourselves to our own design. Can accomadate small or large animals or be used as an aviary for small garden birds.
This Aviary is used for a variety of birds, but mainly pigeons and doves. This was made and designed by us.
This is Foxy 2, identical to number 1 and has same useage. This enclosure has now been fitted with infrared heat lamp equipment for keeping baby or sick or convalescing animals warm.
This is our bird of prey aviary. Designed and built by us, using all of the best features of the aviaries i could find on the internet.
This gets used as an aviary or animal enclosure as needed. The box on the floor was kindly donated by stalham vets. The wooden box has been used by birds and squirrels, although not at the same time!
Our outdoor Hedgehog house with two hedgehog box's. Each box holds 2 hogs and sometimes this has 3 box's inside. This is constantly in use. They are housed in comfort and have the run of our fully enclosed garden for a couple of weeks before being released in an open garden with owner providing supplementry food for as long as they stick around. Were always looking for open gardens suitable for our hedgehogs to be released in safety.
Our new double bird aviary complete with a nursery to house an assortment of birds. This was built during Feb 2010 with a grant kindly given to us from Pets at home. The nursery has electrics for the 6 heat pads we have to keep the baby birds warm. The cages and equipment for inside the nursery have been kindly paid for by Mrs Woolven of Brighton.
This is is our hedgehog hospital / Indoor nursery. We have a capacity for over-wintering upto 30 hedgehogs, but have had upto 40 baby hedgehogs during early/mid summer. This was kindly paid for by LUSH and Phil, Susi and Sophie Bessant-Woolven of Brighton.
This van was bought for us by Joan & Ann (the Hemsby sister act) through their amazing 3 month fund raising activities during August, September & October 2012. This van will be a real benefit to our operation.