A Day In The Life of a Wildlife Rescuer
Read about the daily life of someone running a wildlife rescue – the highs and lows, laughter & heartbreak.
This year’s lockdown has caused an increase in birds being handraised by finders. With the influx of patients coming to rescues it is sometimes virtually impossible to find one that is still open – so who can blame people for trying to raise baby birds themselves? I certainly can’t when even I know how frustratingContinue reading “To Pet or Not To Pet”
As alot of you will know the minority of wildlife rescue in the UK is done in large centres. The majority of the work is done by small back garden rescues – which is why it has always infuriated me when people make comments about how wildlife rescues don’t belong in back gardens, or howContinue reading “Hats Off to Back Garden Rescues”
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