One of Britain’s holy islands was the unusual site for the rescue of an oil-stricken peregrine falcon.
RSPCA Cymru was contacted after the falcon was found by a part-time resident of the island on Sunday (25 August).
Caldey Island has a population of approximately 40 residents, and is home to varying numbers of Cistercian monks.
The falcon was returned safely to Tenby, and collected by RSPCA Cymru. He has now been transferred to RSPCA West Hatch Wildlife Centre in Somerset … Continue reading…
The search for the owner of a peregrine falcon has been launched after the bird of prey was rescued in bizarre circumstances – having being found stuck on a Cardiff television aerial.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted after the distressed bird was spotted by a member of the public, on Conway Road in the Pontcanna area of the city yesterday (30 July).
An officer enlisted the support of South Wales Fire & Rescue Service, with firefighters from Ely Station attending to … Continue reading…
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.
Members of … Continue reading…