Sir Terry Pratchett appeals to save our wildlife at Somerset launch

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February 23rd, 2012

Author Sir Terry Pratchett warned that Britain’s wildlife was in serious decline yesterday as he launched an appeal to fund a new multi-million pound animal hospital.

The fantasy writer, 63, spoke out in an effort to inspire nature-lovers to look after endangered creatures such as the hedgehog and the sparrow.

He passionately backed a campaign to build a new £4.4million wildlife teaching hospital – which would include an education centre to train young vets.

Read the rest of the article in the Western Daily Press on the This is Somerset website.

Comments for: Sir Terry Pratchett appeals to save our wildlife at Somerset launch

  1. tiapam says:

    Thank you, Sir Terry. Thank you for sharing your stories. Thank you for getting on a worldwide soapbox for the right to die. Thank you for the phrase “Don’t think with your socks” (I used it mercilessly while my nephew was serving 2 combat tours in Iraq) Thank you for being concerned about hedgehogs and sparrows. Many thanks.