Can you help?

June 17, 2021

We are spending many evenings and weekends transporting birds between rescues at present, and our carriers have taken something of a battering.


Might you have a spare carrier languishing in the shed/garage/loft that is no-longer needed? We could certainly put it to use, and any surplus could be passed onto the very grateful wildlife rescues that we work with.


I've put up a photo of the carriers we usually use - but anything you can spare would be greatly appreciated, as would any of the Snugglesafe microwave heat pads so crucial when transporting the tiny fledglings or birds in deep shock.


Nigel

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