Wildlife webcams

Live Wildlife Webcams

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Watch our live webcams

Our wildlife 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 wildlife 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 tawny owl chicks, they have all now been released back in to the wild!

Adult Badger
wildlife webcams - badger cubs
Badger Cub Bunker 1
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webcams - mallard duck
Juvenile Mallards
webcam of fox cubs
Juvenile Fox Cubs
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Badger Cub Bunker 2
Adult Fox

Adult Badger

Occupying our small flight bunker is an adult badger that arrived with a nasty foot injury, having been struck by a car. He is recovering well so far but you can keep an eye on his progress here.

As badgers are nocturnal mammals, you’re better off checking this camera after dusk!

If you’d like to help towards his care, you can, just click Donate Today!

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Badger Cub Bunker 1

Our first group of badgers have moved up in to our large outside enclosure, to continue to remainder of their rehabilitation.

Here, they will be able to enjoy a large outside space equipped with a bark pit for foraging, pool to bath in and even a tyre swing to play on!

The camera will focus on the bed bunker during the day and switch over to the outside view at night, so you can see what mischief the youngsters get up to.

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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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!

You can donate towards the crows care by hitting the donate button below.

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Juvenile Mallards

These young mallards arrived with us as small ducklings. They have grown enormously since their arrival and are now enjoying one of our pond aviaries. As one of the last duckling groups of the year, it won’t be long until they are free to live their lives 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!

Donate Today!

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Juvenile Fox Cubs

Our larger fox cubs have now outgrown their smaller pen and are now enjoying the freedom of our larger fox runs!

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!

Donate Today!

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Badger Cub Bunker 2

Our first group of badgers have moved up in to our large outside enclosure, to continue to remainder of their rehabilitation.

Here, they will be able to enjoy a large outside space equipped with a bark pit for foraging, pool to bath in and even a tyre swing to play on!

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!

Donate Today!

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Adult Fox

Arriving with a fractured pelvis, this fox is making an amazing recovery, with it’s walking abilities improving each day.

Hopefully it won’t be too long until he is able to be released back in to the wild, for a second chance at life.

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!

Donate Today!

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