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his series documents the work of a very special wildlife rescue center where the helpers are dedicated to the rescue, treatment and shelter of injured or orphaned wild animals and their rehabilitation back to the wild. The Wildlife SOS is a Nature, Documentary & Biography, News series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (51 episodes). The series first aired on December 31, 1995. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.5.

Wildlife SOS is available for streaming on the TVF International website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wildlife SOS on demand at Animal Planet Hulu, FuboTV, Animal Planet online.

TVF International
9 Seasons, 51 Episodes
December 31, 1995
Nature, Documentary & Biography, News
8.5/10
Cast: Simon Cowell
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Wildlife SOS Full Episode Guide

  • Simon, Sara and the rest of the team from Wildlife Aid reveal the best, funniest and most bizarre rescues and outtakes from the last nine seasons.

  • It's time for the badgers release into the wild, and the team, especially Sara, is feeling the sadness around letting them go.

  • An exotic bird gives Sara a run for her money, Simon responds to a bizarre call for help and a very young orphan comes into the center.

  • A posh school library is dismantled to save an owl, Sara dives into a pool to rescue a swimming deer and an ambulance arrives full of seagulls and other wildlife that need a place to stay.

  • Simon and Sara are called out to collect a lively snake from a garden shed, a duck with a fishing hook caught in its throat is brought the hospital and a young fox is found entangled in a net.

  • A mystery bat is brought to the hospital, emotions run high with a sick badger cub and Simon says a tearful and somewhat regretful goodbye to the first barn owl he ever rescued.

  • Simon rushes to save a family of ducks waddling up a residential street, a fox causes havoc in a shop and Ricky Gervais, Wildlife Aid's new patron, visits the center to collect the two hedgehogs he was promised.

  • Two orphaned fox cubs are recovered from the bushes of a crematorium, Simon and Goff rescue a male coot with fishing wire tangled around its leg and Tilly the badger is bottled weaned.

  • The first-ever baby oystercatcher is brought to the center, Simon rescues a fox with an badly injured ear and the team has a good laugh at a snoring deer that has overdosed on apples.

  • Two orphaned hedgehogs are found hiding in a tire, Simon frees a fox's head from a drainpipe and a very unlucky squirrel's tail must be amputated.

  • Steve comes face-to-face with an angry squirrel, Sara treats a young fox with extreme mange and Goff rescues a nest of blue tits from the base of a tree trunk.

  • The first badger of the year arrives at the center, but its injuries from a dog attack may be too severe for it to survive. Simon responds to a call about a trapped deer, and Sara rescues a squirrel with a twisted tail.

  • In this episode the badger and cygnet from the last episode are released. A seagull is admitted with a wound to his back. There's a call out to a injured swan that has flown into a power cable. And a fox that has been attacked by dogs is rescued.

  • In this episode a deer is brought into the center by the RSPCA. George the fox cub has a check up and stitches to his eye. A cygnet is admitted with a wing infection. And a badger is brought into the center by the RSPCA for a check up.

  • In this episode a Heron has been hit by a car and has a swollen wing. The fox found in the garage with mange is released. A parrot attacked by birds is brought into the center. And a fox cub called George is admitted with severe injuries to his eye.

  • In this episode baby hedgehogs are orphaned and brought into the center. A Heron is admitted with a swollen wing. There's a call out to a badger that's been hit by a car. And the Moorhen from last weeks episode has an operation.

  • In this episode the Badger with the broken leg has an operation. The duck called Donald is released. A Moorhen is admitted with a hook in its stomach. A fox is rescued from someone's garage. And a swan is taken to a vet with a swollen wing.

  • In this episode the badger has a check up. Eight ducklings are released. The large white duck called Donald has some more treatment on his badly injured neck. A hedgehog is admitted with severe injuries.

  • The duck from last weeks episode has a check-up and bath. A collection of ducklings are released. The badger rescued from the patio is taken to the vet. The fox cubs have their first feed. A pregnant deer is released. And the owl has a check up.

  • In this Episode the Hedgehogs are finally released. An owl is brought into the center for a check up. There is a call out to a fox cub. A Duck called Donald is brought in by the RSPCA. A fulmer has an examination. And a Canada Goose is admitted.

  • In this Episode the Hedgehogs are finally released. An owl is brought into the center for a check up. There is a call out to a fox cub. A Duck called Donald is brought in by the RSPCA. A fulmer has an examination. And a Canada Goose is admitted.

  • In this Episode the Woodpecker has a check up. A Fox is rescued from a garden. A concussed rabbit is brought into the center. A collection of ducklings are rescued from a main road. And there's an update on some hedgehogs.

  • In this Episode the Bat is finally released. A Woodpecker is found lying in the road. A badger is brought into the center by the RSPCA. The Fox with the abscess on its neck is released. And a badly injured deer is caught in a fence.

  • The Hobby from the last episode is set free. A Fox is admitted into the centre with fatal injuries. The badger with snare wounds undergoes a check up and is released. We see a mysterious call-out to a fox in a child's bedroom.

  • The Hobby in the last episode is moved to a larger enclosure. Three rabbits are released back into a forest. A hedgehog is rescued from behind someone's freezer. A falcon is found on a doorstep, and a badger is admitted into the center with snare wound.

  • The fox rescued from the greenhouse is released. Simon returns to where the swan was released to review its progress. The Hobby has an examination with Rosie. The baby robins are released into a fruit cage.

  • In this episode the one-eyed ferret finds a new home. The deer injured in the road accident is ready for release. A hook is successfully removed from a swan's throat, and is released back with his family.

  • A cricket is retrieved from under a bath. An injured swan is taken to a vet. The baby ducklings are released. The robins are moved to a larger cage. An injured deer is brought in. The ferret undergoes a routine check, and the badger from the foxhole.

  • Simon nervously retrieves a snake from a dustbin. A ferret is rescued from a garden. The hedgehogs rescued in last weeks episode are doing well. The badger rescued from the foxhole is moved to a badger set. Some baby robins are brought in.

  • A Canada goose is found with fishing line around its legs and body. The weasels are put into an outside pen and the Baby ducklings are moved to a pond. The badger found stuck in a foxhole has a check up. A fawn is caught in a fence.

  • The heron and sparrowhawk rescued from last weeks episode are released. Vets at the center operate on the baby duckling's mother, but sadly she dies. The deer hit by the car is making steady progress.

  • A heron is rescued from a garden pond. We see a fox caught in the net of a tennis court. A sparrowhawk has flown into a garage and won't fly out! Some baby ducklings have been rescued along with their injured mother.

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