Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Shropshire’s only 24/7 wildlife rescue centre.

We rescue, care for and rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned wild animals and birds. Then we release them back into the wild.

Each year we admit and treat around 3,500 creatures and need to raise £180,000 for day-to-day running costs. Please help us by donating time, money or items from our wishlist.

If you’ve seen an injured wild animal or bird, call us for advice on 01952 728070 or visit our contact page.

 

Cuan Wildlife Rescue, The Signals, Much Wenlock

 

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Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Cuan Wildlife is a wildlife rescue centre where we take in sick, injured or orphaned wild animals and birds , with the aim of nursing them back to health. We regularly admit over 2,500 animals and birds in one year. Once fully recovered , great emphasis is placed on returning them to the wild - in most cases, this means back to the area from where they came , where they may have a mate waiting, or where, at least, they will be familiar with their territory or hunting ground. Cuan Wildlife rescue is a registered Charity which is dependant on donations from the public and businesses.
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 23, 2019 @ 15:46
Enough about spineless politicians, time for a much more loveable spineless creature!

No he's not a rat, he's a hedgehog with no hair.

Bear lost all of his spines and hair after suffering a mite infestation while hibernating.

Without his spines, it's unlikely he would have survived this cold weather - but luckily for him he was spotted in a garden in Telford.

Now, with the help of massages and heated pads, he's being nursed back to good health at a wildlife rescue centre in Much Wenlock.

Learn more about Bear's treatment and see all the photos here: https://bit.ly/2DzpkIs.
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Shropshire Star
Enough about spineless politicians, time for a much more loveable spineless creature! No he's not a rat, he's a hedgehog with no hair. Bear lost all of his spines and hair after suffering a mite infestation while hibernating. Without his spines, it's unlikely he would have survived this cold weather - but luckily for him he was spotted in a garden in Telford. Now, with the help of massages and heated pads, he's being nursed back to good health at a wildlife rescue centre in Much Wenlock. Learn more about Bear's treatment and see all the photos here: https://bit.ly/2DzpkIs.
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 23, 2019 @ 11:02
The buzzard from yesterday is looking brighter today. He isn’t tracking and is responsive .
He will today have an eye exam 🤞🏼 from our vet Chris.
Details later.
Fran.
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 22, 2019 @ 21:54
( don’t know why video has gone on its side 🤔)

This poor buzzard was found in the road near to Ludlow.
The finder kindly gave up his fame of golf he was heading for, and brought it straight to us.
You’ll notice its head movement... constantly tracking... this shows it has had a huge blow to the head.
The buzzard has had pain relief and hopefully will feel a little better tomorrow 🤞🏼
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 22, 2019 @ 21:31
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Bald hedgehog gets its daily massage after losing all his spikes
Rescue staff, who are now caring for Bear at a centre in Shropshire, believe he woke up early from hibernation with an ear mite infection, causing his spines to fall out due to stress.
dailymail.co.uk
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Cuan Wildlife RescueJan 22, 2019 @ 10:09
Thank you Trish Hayward for £5 you gave for Bear as you bumped into Dani on an early morning dog walk. 🙏🏼 thank you.