Two blackbirds have been returned to the wild after being rescued in Cardigan.
RSPCA officers were alerted after the duo were found as fledglings in their nest in a recycling skip without parent birds. It was unclear where the nest had originally been built.
A member of the public had taken the blackbirds to Tinker’s Hill Bird of Prey & Swan Rescue Centre, before they came into the care of the RSPCA.
Fortunately, there were no welfare concerns with the … Continue reading…
A swan had an unwanted trip to soft play – after getting a discarded foam play square stuck around her neck on Wednesday (July 1).
RSPCA Cymru raced to the aid of the swan, after her plight was spotted by a member of the public at a lake near Rhydwen Close in Rhyl.
Fortunately, the swan was uninjured and the foam could be safely removed and the bird immediately returned to the wild.
However, the swan was in “urgent need … Continue reading…
A young gull has been rescued after becoming stuck in a tiny, narrow gap between two fences in Bridgend.
Heart-warming video footage captures the moments the gull was rescued from the gap, and safely returned to the air from a nearby rooftop.
Rescuers from the RSPCA were notified after the distressed gull was spotted stuck in the gap at the Greenwood Close property on Monday 8 June.
The tiny gap was approximately 12 inches (30cm) wide and far too small … Continue reading…
Members of the Senedd have unanimously backed the general principles of a law which will ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in Wales.
A vote took place on the floor of the Welsh Parliament yesterday evening (7 January), with all Members in favour – meaning a ban on the “out-dated practice” draws ever nearer.
RSPCA Cymru has long led the campaign to outlaw the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in Wales – with the country … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is searching for the owner of a stray peacock in Bangor.
The animal welfare charity was contacted today (30 May) after the peacock was spotted outside a Coed Y Castell property in the North Wales city.
No rings are visible on the bird, and members of the public report it has been losing some tail feathers.
The bird is flying to rooftops in the local area – and RSPCA Cymru is now on the search to locate the … Continue reading…