Injured Wildlife

 

Injured Wildlife

Most wild animals are capable
of inflicting serious bites or scratches, especially if they are frightened
or in pain.

Foxes, Badgers, Geese, Swans, Sea birds and birds of prey etc, can all
be extremely dangerous!

No matter how great your concern

NEVER PUT YOURSELF AT RISK!

Three magic words should be
thought of here!

LEAVE IT ALONE!

It would be in your best interests to leave any wild animal alone and
contact the HELPLINE for advice.

Any animal that is seriously
injured should be referred to a Veterinary Surgeon as soon as possible.

Injured wildlife should be
reported

HELPLINE 028 94 472 307

Young animals on their own
or without a parent have not necessarily been abandoned – Don’t go near
them or attempt to pick them up – get advice.

After advice, should an animalbe taken into care, it should be kept in secure, dark, quiet conditions,
and disturbed as little as possible.

Keep them well away from family
pets, most wild animals will see your cute cat or lovable dog as a natural
predator and will suffer undue stress which can lead to shock and even
death.

Help and Advice

028 94 472 307

Advice Lines open 11am to 6pm Tuesday to Sunday (Summer 3pm Winter)

 

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