Ryedale Wildlife Rehabilitation
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Juvenile time of year with lots of young wildlife in to care for.
This little stoat came in with a nicked ear, still blind and needing warmth and lots of food.
She's doing well.
This fat Mistle Thrush is thriving, eating mealworms and cat food.
Young Tawny Owls come out to branch from their nests.
The parent birds are usually about but walkers pick them up and bring them in . They should rear well but would be far better off parent reared .
Mallard ducklings enjoying the sunshine. They will be ringed and released on the Lower Derwent Valley soon.
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