An RSPCA wildlife centre in Cheshire has welcomed a rare patient – a puffin.
The young bird is currently being treated at Stapeley Grange in Nantwich after being taken there on 7 September. He was found grounded on a beach in Anglesey, North Wales, by a concerned member of the public.
He was found to have a serious wound to the body and is believed to have been attacked by another animal, possibly a dog.
He was initially treated with … Continue reading…
We received a very special delivery when a young puffin was found on a pavement outside a Post Office.
The forlorn looking bird was spotted by a man in Strood, Kent, and taken to a vet before being transferred to our Mallydams Wood Wildlife Centre.
The puffin, nicknamed Pat after the world’s favourite postman, has been nursed back to health and is set to be released back into the wild today.
Bel Deering, manager of RSPCA Mallydams Wood, … Continue reading…