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Watch our live webcams

Our webcams show a variety of the patients we are currently caring for at the centre, giving you a real time view of how they spend their days and the ability to watch these animals.

If you see anything interesting on the webcams please let us know by sending us a message with the camera number and a time and we will review the footage which could be used in a future video or social media post!

 

For those of you watching the squirrel drey, unfortunately, we noticed that she has moved her two babies to another drey.

Badger Cubs
Blue tit Nest
Fox cubs
Tiny Fox Cubs

Badger Cubs

Please welcome our first badger cubs of the year!

Our first young female was found along a country trail by walkers, all alone, with no sign of mum. Unfortunately at this young stage, she will not be able to survive alone in the wild.

The second, and smaller, male was transferred to the centre from South Essex Wildlife Hospital.

Keep your eyes peeled and watch them grow!

To help with their care, please donate here!

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Blue tit Nest

We have a visitor in one of our nest boxes!

This blue tit has chosen one of our bird boxes to build its nest. Day by day she is collecting nesting materials ready for when she lays her eggs.

Keep your eyes peeled, soon we may see chicks!

To help keep it warm, please donate here!

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Fox cubs

Please welcome our first fox cubs of the year!

These youngsters are just a few weeks old and are very playful! The older female arrived after being brought into a domestic vet practice and the younger male was transferred to us from The Fox Project to give her some much-needed company.

To help with their care, please donate here!

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Tiny Fox Cubs

These four tiny fox cubs were transferred to the centre from the South Essex Wildlife Hospital.

They are younger than our other three cubs, watch as they grow together!

To help with their care, please donate here!

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