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Last weekend we rescued this chap, he was found living on his own, in a shallow stream. He kept wandering onto a busy road and was attacked by kids who threw stones at him. The local villagers were obviously concerned when he hadn’t left after a week, and tried to call the RSPCA with little […]
Baby Tawny Owl
This beautiful tawny owl chick came to us three weeks ago. She was found at the base of a tree and was on the brink of death. She could not even stand, she was very weak and dehydrated. We started by warming her up in an incubator, then after a few hours and warm, we had to […]
She’s so sweet, how could we not take on this little girl! This little duckling was brought in by a cat, fortunately the owner retrieved her from the jaws and took the duckling to a vets before later bring her to us. Cats mouths are very infectious so it’s lucky that this duckling got away with minor […]
Released – Rehabilitated Mallard
This chap came to us early in the new year, exhausted and very weak. A few weeks of rehabilitation and he was ready to go. Its times like this that makes the 6am 14 hours days seem worth while.
Swan and wild Duck Released
We work very hard from 5am until 11pm, 7 days a week, so that we can rescue and care for so many animals and hold down a full time job. This time of year can get very depressing with the cold, wet weather and dark mornings and nights and the relentless phone calls and animals needing […]
Swan Rescue – Updated 24 October 2010
This young swan came from Sleaford, she is very weak and easily caught which is unusual for a swan. We have put her on antibiotics and are having to tube feed her twice a day.
Lulu the Swan – UPDATE released 3/10/10
Lulu was living on a lake at Nottingham University, she came to us very run down and weak.
Pigeon in RTA
This poor chap we believe was hit by car , fortunately he was brought to us. He has a broken leg and an injury to his body. He is in a body harness to keep his weight off his broken leg, he will have to remain like this for a couple of weeks, before we can […]