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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!

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Kestrel
Tawny Owl
Ducklings
Fox

Kestrel

This Kestrel was brought in to the centre after it was hit by a car. After being checked out by the Vet team, it was found to have a broken wing. Luckily the break was very well aligned and we are hopeful it will fly again soon!

If you would like to donate towards its care, please click here

 

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Tawny Owl

 

This Tawny owl was brought in after being hit by a car. Our Vet team rushed it in for X-rays, where they discovered it has a broken ulna. Luckily this was fixable and our Vet Maru carried out surgery to place an external fixator to the bone. Hopefully after 3 weeks the fixator can be removed and can then can be moved to a larger enclosure to build muscle before release!

If you would like to donate towards their care, please click here

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Ducklings

These three duckling were brought in after a concerned member of the public found them out in the cold. At this time of the year they would be unlikely to survive in the cold weather. They are growing fast and will be released when they are fully grown and the weather is warmer.

If you would like to donate towards its care, please click here

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Fox

This fox was brought in due to mange. On initial assessment we found that it also had a wound on one of the legs. The wound is healing well and the mange has been treated. We now need to wait for the fur to grow back before releasing him back to the wild.

If you would like to donate towards its care, please click here

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