Submitted by Steve on 15:51, 20th Jun, 2019 | 0

It is an extremely busy time at the GSPCA helping wild animals at the GSPCA and when they arrive sick, injured and in need the GSPCA works around the clock to get them back to the wild.

Some need only few days of care while others need many weeks.

When they are ready for release we then ideally like to release them near where they were found and others where we can find a suitable release site.

Last month Blanchelande College kindly allowed us to release 3 young ducks with them that had been in our care.

Beckie Bailey GSPCA Animal care Assistant said “It is always great to see animals we have helped back into the wild.”

“We have hundreds of birds being brought into us at this time of year found sick and injured.”

“It was so lovely to see the young ducks Usain, Douze, A, Martin, Onzie, Shaun, Sprinkle and Un waddle off into the wild.”

Tim Pellett GSPCA Community and Training Officer said “I was privileged to be invited to support Beckie whilst she released a number of ducks into the douit behind Blanchlande College.”

“A group of year 3 students and teachers were there to watch the release and thoroughly enjoyed the spectacle.”

“Although the weather was pretty damp, it was great for the ducks, who all waddled off to be with new friends already on site.”

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “Each year we help over 1500 wild birds at the GSPCA over 50 injured hedgehogs and many other wild animals.”

“We are currently raising funds for a new Wildlife Hospital and on Thursday a few of us are doing a triathlon in aid of the new build and to sponsor us please visit .”

“You can also buy a brick to help us build the new Wildlife Hospital and to find out more please call 257261 or visit .”

“It is always lovely to see the wildlife go back to where they were found or belong and thank you to Blanchelande College for helping with the release last month.”

“If you find a sick or injured wildlife please call us on 01481 257261 or for advice please visit .”

To make a direct donation to our Wildlife Hospital please visit - or via paypal

To download the form with our bank details to make a direct donation or to Buy a Brick in the new Wildlife Hospital please click here -

Larger donors or corporates may want to make a larger donation and become an Exclusive Build Partner and to find out more please visit -


Please sponsor the GSPCA taking on a triathlon to raise funds for the new Wildlife Hospital -

You can donate via our page or create your own sponsored event or challenge -

To donate to Hannah, Mambo and Andy the seal pups please visit -  or

To visit the Just Giving page raising funds for life saving Intensive Care Units please visit or to buy one directly for the Shelter please visit

To become an Angel Pen Pal Sponsor please visit -

To download a Corporate Angel Pen Pal form please click here  

To Buy a Brick in the new Wildlife Hospital and download a leaflet please click here -

To learn about the ‘Buy a Brick’ in the new Wildlife Hospital and find out more please click here -

To learn more about our biggest project, become an Exclusive Build Partner and support our Wildlife Hospital please visit

To donate to the animals in our care another via our paypal page -   

If you would like to help at one of our upcoming events please give Michelle a call on 257261 or email [email protected]

To see some of the animals looking for homes at the GSPCA please visit –

Another way to support us is our on site Charity Shop and refreshment area and to find out more please visit -

If your group or business would like to find out about spending a day at the Shelter please go to -

For other ways your business can help us here at the GSPCA please go to -

On Tuesday 9th July we have a volunteer induction evening and for more information and additional induction dates please visit or call 257261

To see our upcoming guided tours please visit -

To see our Wish List on our website please visit -

To visit our Amazon Wish list please visit -

For lots more ideas on how you can support the shelter and the animals in our care then please visit our fundraising page

To find out more on trips, talks and our education work please email [email protected] or call 01481 257261



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