A seriously underweight peregrine falcon found grounded in a Cross Keys park has been rescued and is undergoing rehabilitation.
The charity was alerted after the young male bird of prey was found by passers-by on Sunday 6 May in Waunfawr Park, near the cricket pavilion.
Dog walkers and other members of the public were surrounding the bird, which the RSPCA has said would have been a “very unusual sight” to come across on the ground of the park.
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A golden plover has been rescued by the RSPCA, after being spotted alone in a domestic garden in the Porthcawl area for a number of days.
Residents spotted the bird, who was walking around a garden for approximately four days, but made no attempt to fly away, or lift their wings.
The RSPCA was alerted to the bird’s situation, and collected an underweight golden plover, who was able to run and fly only a very short distance.
Officers noticed the … Continue reading…
A search for the owner of an African Grey Parrot has been launched, after being found at the school of engineering at Cardiff University.
The bird was found at the University’s Newport Road-based engineering school on Tuesday (6 March).
A microchip was found on the bird, who is now based at the Valley Vets surgery in Cardiff, but the chip – sadly – has not been registered; meaning the owner is unknown. Under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, it … Continue reading…
An appeal for information has been launched by RSPCA Cymru amid fears a heron was shot in the Buckley area.
RSPCA officers were called after the lethargic heron was spotted by a member of the public in their back garden, at Brickfields in the town.
The heron was collected by the RSPCA today (26 January), and taken to specialist wildlife facilities – where close inspection has led to fears the animal was shot, due to the discovery of a suspected … Continue reading…
A quick-thinking member of the public helped alert the RSPCA to an injured beach-stricken gull by surrounding the bird with seaweed, and writing a message in the sand.
RSPCA Cymru was contacted after a member of the public spotted a badly injured gull on a Swansea Bay beach on Friday (6 October), sitting motionless.
The caller was unable to remain in situ with the bird while the RSPCA travelled to the incident, so thought of an innovative way to alert … Continue reading…