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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 our nest of blue tits & great tits, they have all now fledged! 😀

Ducklings
Fox cubs
Badger cubs
Tawny Owlets

Ducklings

On this camera you can view just one of our many groups of ducklings.

Sadly, most of them arrived after being abandoned by their parents and will spend their first stages of life, here, until they are old enough to fend for themselves in the wild.

If you see something funny or interesting when watching these cameras, please let us know! We’d love to feature it on our social media channels!

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Fox cubs

Amazingly, we now have TWENTY EIGHT fox cubs here at the centre!

Each one has a different story, but they will all grow up together until they are old enough for release. They can certainly make their pen very messy!

If you see something funny or interesting when watching these cameras, please let us know! We’d love to feature it on our social media channels!

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Badger cubs

Our badger cubs have been upgraded to our larger bunker, complete with an outside bark pit, tyre swing and even a swimming pool!

They will now continue growing here, before release once they are old enough to survive alone in the wild.

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So that you can see them 24/7, the bunker camera is on during the day to watch them all snuggled in a heap, before switching over to our outside camera to see the mischief they get up to after dark.

We hope you enjoy!

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Tawny Owlets

We now have 10 young tawny owlets to take care of. All arriving from various locations, most have been found on the ground and were unable to be returned to their nests.

Watch out for their VERY cute head bobbing.

If you see anything funny or interesting when watching these cameras, please let us know! We’d love to feature it on our social media channels!

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