Submitted by Steve on 11:32, 26th Mar, 2014 | 0

On Saturday a cormorant was rescued in Talbot Valley which isn't the usual place to see these fantastic birds.

Although a little thin and weak Sid as he has been named only required a few days rest.

With the weather just right and a belly full of fish, Sid was released back to the wild yesterday by Animal Collection Officer Geoff George.

Geoff George ACO said 'Sid certainly didn't waste any time getting back to the wild.'

'We released him below Castle Cornet and he really couldn't wait to get back to where he belongs.'

'It's been a hard few months for seabirds with the gales and terrible weather.'

'We still have two of the victims which are our seal pups Trinity and Eden.'

'Both seals are doing well and we are hoping they will be fit and up to release weight in the next few weeks.'

'We are still appealing for donations for the seal pups and if you can help please call the Shelter on 257261 or go to our Just giving page'

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