Carousel has been released.
On New Years Eve, we successfully managed to capture one of the netted bulls that has been on our list for a considerable time. He is now safely at RSPCA East Winch undergoing treatment for a very deep, nasty wound encircling his neck. We were able to use our new mobile stretcher carrier for the first […]
On the way out of the car park, a car had slipped off the main track and the car was half way into the woods.
This poor pup was picked up at Waxham by our rescue teams with fishing line and hook in its mouth.
We continue to pick up netting, rope and old lobster pots from our beaches. This week alone our wardens have picked up a bag of netting and rope from the shore line on Winterton beach.
An update from the RSPCA at East Winch on Carousel who was rescued in December.
Dawn, a member of the public, highlighted us to a black coated pup in the very far back dunes at Winterton a couple of days ago. On investigation, we found the pup and returned it to the beach BUT…..
We’re monitoring three pups that are having a lovely time in the pond in the dunes at Winterton.
A lucky escape for this seal!
Gemma Walker one of our seal wardens will give an interesting talk about the grey seals of Norfolk. She will explore their ecology, behaviour and talk about the growing numbers on the beaches of Norfolk.
The dunes at Winterton have seen an increase in footfall over the Christmas period, especially in two areas where members of the public have been using them to get to the beach from past the fisherman’s huts.
Carousel is doing well at RSPCA