Updates on Wildlife Rescue & rehabilitation

Update posted by Nikki Alexander NdipSc On Sep 22, 2018

This little guy was the worse for wear lost so many feathers and his head is red raw but he is eating and drinking well now webwill keep them all in for a few days and let them buikd up some strength and see how well they can flap their wings before we will attempt a release! Apologies my photographic skills need some work ....

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Update posted by Nikki Alexander NdipSc On Sep 22, 2018

sadly the kindest thing we coukd do was put him out of his misery. This is the hardest to see an animal suffer so much because of a disease created by humans makes me so mad so angry this suffering is so unneccesary nature controls itself - If they stopped killing foodchaon king s the foxes they woukd control the rabbit populations this suffering caused by a scientists with no knowledge of nature and no care for the suffering their toxic solutions cause! we have to quwestion our governments ways when their ways mean slaughtering our wildlife! These animals are made to suffer to protect a farming industry which persecuyes our wildlife too and that makes me very sad indeed. RIP MY FRIEND Oh what a waste of precious life ...

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Update posted by Nikki Alexander NdipSc On Sep 22, 2018

All settled in for the night

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Update posted by Nikki Alexander NdipSc On Sep 22, 2018

It took dismantling the fireplace and a lot of patience - clearly starving and having lost quite a lot of body condition. some worse for wear than others but finally seem to like being free - will need some time to adjust we will feed them up and see how they go over the next few days only 3 but think there maybe another stuck further up. will have to wait and see if it will come out by itself now his nest maytes are out ... kk over and out

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Update posted by Nikki Alexander NdipSc On Sep 22, 2018

Hedgehogs are nocturnal creatures - if you see one out during daylight hours you shouod contact your local wildlife rescue centre we knew she needed help as was cold and lethargic but came to life quite quickly - this rescue was a case of healthcheck and monitoring to make sure she disnt have any serious injuries or was sick .Mealworms & frwsh water and some time to recover.

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Update posted by Nikki Alexander NdipSc On Sep 22, 2018

too many injured birds -

This little guy was found at the side of a motorway maybe hit by a car or attacked by a cat he had lost an eye but eating and drinking well ...fingers crissed and criossed

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Update posted by Nikki Alexander NdipSc On Aug 20, 2018

These past few weeks we seem to have had an influx of baby birds - a baby jackdaw found at side of motorway missing one eye 😕 but eating and drinking well, 4 baby crows stuck in a chimney finally released after 4 days with us missing a few feathers 3 made it sadly one was too far gone 😕

a pigeon attacked by dogs thankfully recovered from shock this clever baby used his wings to keep dogs at bay so his injuries werent that bad with us for 6 days till fukly healed you can his release here 😆 more cideos to follow please bear with me as my skills are with the animals not the technology 😆

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