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Swan Release

Last week we posted about one of the swans in our care, who arrived after being found in the middle of a busy road, very weak and disorientated. We took the large mature swan to our vets as there were no obvious signs that might cause his symptoms, there he was x-rayed which reviled a metal wire in the abdomen which was inoperable, however the vets believed it would pass through him naturally.

Today, after three weeks rest and rehabilitation, we were happy to release, here you can see not only a good release, but he had the strength to take off and fly.Its moments like this that make volunteering to help animals so rewarding.

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