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Released – Rehabilitated Mallard

07 Feb 2011

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

14 Nov 2010

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

21 Oct 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

02 Oct 2010

Lulu was living on a lake at Nottingham University, she came to us very run down and weak.

Pigeon in RTA

11 Sep 2010

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 […]

Start of the Chick Season

23 Feb 2010

Springtime is a very busy time for us as we receive lots of orphaned baby animals, that need to be hand reared and cared for. In particular we rear a lot of baby birds, yesterday we received our very first of the season, a young collared dove.

Buzzard on the Mend

17 Dec 2009

We don’t often rescue birds of prey, but when we do we are amazed by their beauty. This guy we believe has been handled and kept in a very small cage where he could not fly. Therefore he has little muscle tone and cannot currently be released into the wild.

4 Birds Released- 20 September

20 Sep 2009

Tonight we released four birds back into the wild. First we released a wood pigeon that we reared from a baby chick, then we released two young collared doves and a feral pigeon. One dove was also hand reared by us, the other came to us with an infected eye.