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Help for Cardiff wildlife

CARDIFF, UNITED KINGDOM. March 07 2021. Severn Wildlife Rescue are a team of people helping preserve our UK wildlife. They have branches in Bristol, Avon and Cardiff and work to rescue and rehabilitate injured and sick wildlife. Their workers and volunteers in Cardiff don't currently have a main hospital building for their patients and are instead a network of volunteers and staff caring for these animals in their own homes and gardens. They care for hedgehogs, bats, pigeons, reptiles and many other varieties of animals found in the UK. In these photos they are setting up an Aviary in one of the worker's back garden for one of their pigeons and other birds they may need to look after. ©Megan Ellis Freelance Photographer. Website: https://www.severnwildliferescue.org/

Words and images by Meg Ellis

Volunteers set up an Aviary in a backgarden in Cardiff to help care for sick and injured birds.

Severn Wildlife Rescue are a team of volunteers who dedicate their time to preserving our wildlife. They have branches in Bristol, Avon and Cardiff and work to rescue and rehabilitate injured and sick wildlife. SVR in Cardiff doesn’t currently have a main hospital building for their patients, so are reliant on a network of volunteers and staff caring for sick and injured animals in their own homes and gardens.

The charity care for hedgehogs, bats, pigeons, reptiles and many other varieties of animals found in the UK. Details on how to support their work can be found at Website: https://www.severnwildliferescue.org/

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