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 fox, she has now been released! 😀
Spotted wandering around during the day, this juvenile hedgehog was brought into the centre by a concerned member of the public.
An examination from the veterinary team discovered no injuries, however, being as underweight as he is over the winter period, could have severe consequences.
So, for his safety, he will now spend the rest of winter exploring his enclosure at the centre, whilst gaining those much needed lb’s.
Keep an eye on the camera during darkness, this is when he will be most active! 🙂
To help with his care, please donate here!
We have a visitor in one of our nest boxes!
As the weather is slowly starting to cool, we’ve noticed a bluetit frequently visiting one of our empty nest boxes, to seek shelter from the elements.
Keep your eyes peeled!
To help keep it warm, please donate here!
Young herring gull
This young herring gulls thin and weak, but with food and rest in one of our ponds it is improving by the day!
To help with its care, please donate here!
This poor badger came into the centre with a large wound to its rump, along with numerous small lacerations. Fortunately, none of the injuries was life threatening.
Once given a thorough clean she has been placed on a course of antibiotics to fight infection, along with pain relief and daily wound cleaning.
This lovely badger will now spend some time here at the centre, where she can relax and recuperate, until she is ready to be released back to the wild.