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This nest of baby wrens was brought in to us by a member of the public after both parents were killed by a cat. They had decided to nest within the folds of a roll of tarpaulin, so it was an odd sight for our reception team!

Our vet team removed them from their nest and quickly checked them over. Luckily they were unharmed and were placed into an incubator to stay warm.

We get a number of odd admissions like this, and each one is more unusual than the last!

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We have another baby shrew!

This little baby was brought in to us after being brought into a pet shop. Luckily, it was uninjured  and after a thorough check up by our veterinary team it was placed into one of our incubators to warm up.

It is now being fed round the clock by our dedicated volunteer team, and we will do our very best to get it back to the wild when it grows up!

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These baby pheasants were brought into us over the course of two days after both being found separately in a garden. Luckily, after a thorough check over by our vet team, they were unharmed; just very young!
They have now been moved into one of our warm incubators and we have high hopes for a successful release when they are fully grown :)