The Fox Project
Updated on 15.04.2020
Established in 1991 as a specialist Wildlife Information Bureau and Fox Deterrence Consultancy, it has incorporated a Wildlife Hospital since 1993 which, today, admits and treats around 800 foxes per year, including 250 cubs. It appears regularly on TV, radio and other media, both in the UK and internationally, has received awards from RSPCA, International Fund for Animal Welfare, media and TV and is honoured to have Chris Packham as its long standing Patron.
We are also very pleased to welcome writer, film maker and wildlife campaigner Anneka Svenska as a Patron of The Fox Project. A strong supporter of the fox – Anneka has become a familiar speaker at events across the UK aimed at strengthening the Hunting Act and keeping foxhunting illegal.
We do not receive financial support from national or local government. We rely entirely on donations from our supporters.
Statement about The Fox Project
They replied promptly on emails and sent relevant information. I am very honored that they accepted me joining their activities in order to do authentic marketing making videos about them, especially considering, that my English is imperfect due to my dyslexia.
I found kindness, empathy, attentiveness and curiosity about who I am, and they made sure I was comfortable. My training was thorough and continuous and daily. They taught me about the important elements of their work and motivations for their activities. They also responded very positively upon any questions with an open mind.
The Fox Project prioritizes professionality and cooperation and dependency upon colleagues, volunteers, collaborators and citizens calling the center regarding a fox. ONLY by cooperating, we can save the foxes and communicate the importance of caring for the foxes in order to preserve a healthy eco system. They value animal rights and see all animals equally and are vegans.
I REALLY and fully enjoyed my stay and I was thoroughly trained about the importance of taking care of the foxes and the gratitude of a fox choosing to live near my house. I warmly recommend to be a volunteer for The Fox Project, because they live to save the foxes and to train people how to be a responsible ambassador for the foxes’ welfare.