The RSPCA has urged Deeside residents to be on the look-out for approximately 15 pet canaries believed to be loose in the Sandycroft area.
It is understood the pet birds are on the loose in the local area, and anyone who spots one has been urged to note the location, carefully confine them if possible in a secure, well-ventilated cardboard box and contact the RSPCA immediately.
Sadly, it is not anticipated that the pet birds will be able to survive … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has come to the aid of a nesting gull based in a busy car park in Llandudno.
An officer from the charity was alerted after reports of an injured gull in the car park of Parc Llandudno in North Wales.
However, the animal welfare charity attended – on 9 June – to find the gull had built a nest containing an egg on a raised island separating four parking spaces.
The car park is very busy – and … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a man was caught on CCTV kicking a gull in Tonypandy.
CCTV footage obtained following the incident on 1 May shows the man approaching a gull in the car park next to Tonypandy Library and kicking the bird several times.
The gull sadly died following this incident, which took place around 3.40pm.
RSPCA inspector Simon Evans said: “This attack is just horrific. The CCTV footage shows this man deliberately kicking this gull, with … Continue reading…
The dangers netting can pose to wild birds has been highlighted after a gull became trapped and fatally injured in Cardiff.
RSPCA Cymru was contacted after the gull was seen trapped on netting attached to the Royal Mail’s Cardiff Mail Centre on Penarth Road, on May 3.
The gull was trapped approximately 18ft in the air, and the RSPCA enlisted the support of firefighters from the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, who used a hydraulic platform to access the … Continue reading…
An urgent search for information has been launched by the RSPCA, following the emergence of a “shocking, disturbing and distressing video” appearing to show a man biting the head off a live pigeon.
Footage shared with the animal welfare charity appears to show a man gaining access to the bird by hitting at its nesting place with a stick.
He then grabs hold of the bird – whose wings are flapping – and seems to bite the head from … Continue reading…