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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!

Webcams are viewed using Windows media player. For mac users there are players such as Windows Media player for Mac and Flip4Mac which will work in Safari or Firefox.

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Buzzard
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Hedgehogs
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Badger
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Wren

Buzzard

This buzzard was brought in to us with a broken wing, broken leg and severely damaged eye. Our vet, Emma, operated on the bird to repair both the wing and the leg, as well as removing the damaged eye. The bird is now recovering in our aviary and we will continue to do our best to get it fully fit for a return to the wild!

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

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Hedgehogs

These young hedgehogs are now in a bigger run in a more secluded part of the centre. They will stay here until they are big enough for release!

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

 

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Badger

This badger was brought into the centre after being hit by a car. It had been lying by the road overnight and needed urgent attention in the morning.

Amazingly, he was not badly injured and, after some time to rest, he quickly pulled round. He has now been moved into one of our artificial badger sets and is on round-the-clock veterinary watch until he is fit enough for release!

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

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Wren

We have several nest boxes set up around the centre to give birds a place to nest during the breeding season, but we were very surprised to find one box being used right in the middle of winter!

We currently have 4 resident wrens using the box as a roost during the cold winter nights and are expecting this number to grow over the next few weeks. Did you know the record number of wrens in one nest box is 60? Amazing!

If you would like to donate towards the care of our patients, please click here

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