Volunteer rescuers attended a deer rescue with a difference today (11/6/14). Trained rescuers from East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service (WRAS) were called out to a report of a deer with its antlers entangled in a child’s football goal.
Motorists were oblivious to a major rescue taking place about 50 metres off Uckfield High Street this morning. Two veterinary ambulances from Uckfield and Polegate attended on site to deal with a female roe deer which posed a real risk to traffic in the busy high street.
A baby roe deer has been found in a ploughed field near Chiddingly (Tuesday 10th May). The small baby roe deer weighing less than 2kg was discovered by a farmer yesterday afternoon. Rescuers from East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS) attended on site to assess the deer.
A dog attacked deer had to be rushed to specialist vet in Buckinghamshire last night (5 October) by volunteers from East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS).
At about 7.30pm last night (5 October) a Crowborough resident noticed a deer at the side of their house in Coopers Lane. WRAS rescuers were on site within the hour and had the young roe deer contained. One of the organisations veterinary ambulances from Eastbourne was dispatched to help with the deer.