It was formally constituted in February 1983 by Les Stocker MBE HonAssocRCVS. It is a charity registered in England & Wales as The Wildlife Hospital Trust, and in 2006–7 had an annual expenditure of £1,005,614.
Les Stocker has written a number of books based on the work of the hospital, including a veterinary manual (Practical Wildlife Care, WileyBlackwell, 2nd edition, 2005) and a popular account (Something in a Cardboard Box: Tales from a Wild Life Hospital, Chatto & Windus, 1989).
Backstory: A heavenly home for hedgehogs; St. Tiggywinkles, Britain's first wildlife hospital, rehabilitates injured animals whose paths collide with man.(FEATURES)(WEEKEND)
Feb 16, 2007; Byline: Kendra Nordin Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor AYLESBURY, ENGLAND -- Inside row upon row of rolled-up pastel...