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Roe Deer Rescue and Release

17 Jun 2018

Back in April we took in this doe Roe Deer, she was admitted to our hospital during our Spring Open Day. This poor girl had been hit by a car and sustained injuries all over her body, in particular her legs. After a course of antibiotics & pain killers for severe infection to one of […]

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 […]

Hare Hand Reared and Released

25 Oct 2016

Back in August we took in two Laverets, sadly their mother was killed as she tried to cross a road with her babies. On the bright side, a vigilant member of the public saw what had happened, rescued the baby Hares and brought them to us. Over the coming weeks we hand reared them. Sadly the […]

Why Not Lend A Helping Hand To Hibernating Creatures ?

30 Sep 2016

  Did you know that there are three types of british mammal that hibernate over the winter? Hibernation is a method of survival over the winter period, when food is little and the weather is freezing. The animal will enter a deep “sleep” like state, their core temperature will drop as well as their rate […]

Hedgehog Happenings

18 Sep 2016

  On the 27th August, this poor little hedgehog was brought in found by a concerned member of the public. With severe flystrike, a condition where flies lay eggs around the anus for them to hatch out and eat the animal from the inside, as well as being underweight, dehydrated & cold. All the maggots […]

Rescued Baby Hares

11 Aug 2016

Wildlife has been coming in thick and fast, well very fast indeed actually. Faster than we can cope with! These little leverets (baby hares) came in a two weeks ago. They were orphaned when their mother was trying to lead them to safety across a busy road and she was tragically killed by a car. […]

Injured Fox – Now released

15 Feb 2015

This beautiful vixen, last years cub, came to us a couple of months ago, she had been hit by a car. She had a head injury, however an x-ray didn’t show any further injuries. The patient was put onto a course of antibiotics and wormed. Once recovered enough she went into our large fox enclosure […]

More Hoglets Rescued

18 Jul 2014

Last night was spent rehydrating hoglets and picking fly eggs and maggots from them, Ugh. Painstaking but worth it if they all survive. What I actually wanted to be doing was trying a new recipe for cookies, making a spicy quinoa salad and applying a Lush facemask. Sadly a 1am finish, a stale sandwich and […]

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