Archive for May, 2018

When should I Rescue Birds?

30 May 2018

At the best of times we received dozens of calls about birds, at this time of year with so many babies around, we get overwhelmed and sadly turn many away, many of which should not have been interfered with in the first place. Before you intervene to rescue any bird, please consider the following points; […]

Four fox Cubs Rescued

19 May 2018

A few weeks ago we took in 4 young fox cubs, they had been found cuddling their dead mother. Sadly it seems their mother had been killed. This poor family was far too young to survive on their own, so we have taken them in. Initially they were on milk, we have now weaned them […]

Sheep Sheering Time

18 May 2018

Well its sheep sheering time again. We have seven sheep at the moment, we sheer them ourselves and take the opportunity to worm them, trim their hooves and give them a good check over. This is Jeff, he’s not the usual sheep, he actually doesn’t mind being sheered, he makes it look far easier than […]

Juno and Sammy move to their Forever Home

11 May 2018

Juno and Sammy are rescued Dartmoor Ponies, they are two of the many ponies we have rescued from certain slaughter. Each year hundreds of Dartmoor Ponies are rounded up off the moor and sent to auction. Sadly they sell for as little as £5, many are then killed for pet food or fed to lions […]