Saving Local Fauna

The animals of the local fauna found injured in nature (such as the crested grebes, hawks, falcons, owls, herons and moorhens) are treated then released into their natural habitat. Any animals which cannot be released back into the wild (amputees, those which are blind or have become too dependent on humans) remain in aviaries.

The causes of their arrival are varied :

  • poisoning

  • fledglings that have fallen from their nest

  • collision with a vehicle or power lines

  • shooting or maiming by hunters

  • recovery of fledglings by walkers (be aware: fledglings that find themselves in nature are never abandoned by their parents who may be hiding from approaching humans)


Crested Grebe

Moorhen

Lapwing

Barn Owl

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