Wildlife in the garden

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Inspector Interview: Preparing your garden for winter

Tony Woodley has been an inspector for 22 years now and has seen his fair share of unusual rescues. In this video, Tony shared his advice on caring for wildlife in Autumn and Winter. From checking your bonfire to leaving out food and proving shelter, there are a number of ways you can care for the wildlife in your garden.

 
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Leaving a part of your garden wild can really help wild animals forage for food.

Our favourite wildlife rescues

 

Last year we collected over 60 thousand wild animals in need, including 41,723 wild birds and 17,758 wild mammals. In the video, you can see the many animals we rescue, rehabilitate and release.

Finding a baby wild animal
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