Hessilhead
Wildlife Rescue Trust
Caring for Scotland's injured and orphaned wildlife  

PHOTO GALLERY


Cygnet on roof of a pub in Renfrew

Stoaty visiting the lawn after release

Young greenshank released at Garnock Pools

Young roe deer in rehabilitation enclosure at Hessilhead

This swan suffered sustained a badly injured foot when in collision with the
Renfrew Ferry. Now recovered and released.

This buzzard had both legs broken. They were successfully pinned,
and the buzzard is now seen regulalrly around the centre.

A hand reared roe doe, due to be released in a couple of months.

Fearn, a hand reared roe doe who visited for 4 winters after her release.

Fergus, our resident, very friendly fox.

Fergus

Bad Waggie, who shares an enclosure with Fergus

Paddy, grey seal from Port Patrick. He ate lots of herring
and was released when he weighed 50 kilos.

Rehydrating a seal pup

Rehydrating a seal pup

A hand reared robin returns for mealworms

Damage at base of a swan's bill caused by fishing line

Contented fox cubs

 

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