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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!

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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Fox cubs
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Blue tit nest
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Tiny fox cubs
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Badger cubs

Fox cubs

These young fox cubs arrived with us for various reasons, but I think we can all agree that they are adorable!

Watch them play and grow LIVE throughout the 6 months they will be under our care before they return to the wild to be free once more.

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

 

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Blue tit nest

We have several nest boxes set up around the Wildlife Aid centre and recently one became home to a new arrival!

The nest is currently being built and we hope that you will join us in watching the next generation arrive into the world. If you say anything unusual or interesting please drop us an email and you may be featured in a social media story!

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Tiny fox cubs

 

Our youngest fox cubs have now finished their time with our volunteer orphan feeders and are back at the centre full time!

Although their eyes and ears have fully opened, they are still very wobbly and haven’t yet developed the coordination of our older cubs. Watch them grow up LIVE, and make sure to let us know if you see anything interesting!

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

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Badger cubs

 

We now have six young badger cubs at Wildlife Aid!

They arrived at the centre for various reasons and, after a short period of round the clock care by Simon and his girlfriend, Stani, have now been moved into our ‘orphan shed’ whilst they grow up.

Don’t you think they look like badgers that have shrunk in the wash?

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

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