Our badger cub has a new adopted brother! This badger cub came from East Sussex WRAS where he was found orphaned. The two have been introduced and are being very vocal and feeding well. Working together with other rehab centres is fundamental to be able to rear orphan wildlife together. They are still very young and very delicate and we are going through lots of powder milk (Royal canin) which is on our wishlist if anyone wanted to get some for us. We shall keep you all posted! #badger #badgersofinstagram #badgereels #badgers #wildife ...
Sunday 17th September 2023 is the Bates Green Gallop at Arlington! Which starts and finishes at Bates Green Farm where the Blue Bell Walk is held.
WRAS founder Trevor Weeks MBE will be entering as usual as he love this course and area to run in. He would like to get as many people as possible to joining him to raise funds for East Sussex Wildlife Rescue by taking part.
It costs between £20 and £29 to enter using this link which is £10 off the normal price - www.letsdothis.com/r/TREVOR141-AHICHB Depending on which option you choose you can get an amazing medal for taking part!
This event is primarily a running event, but a few people do walk it. You have all day to run/walk as many 3.5 mile laps as you can. There is an aid station stocked with fruit, snacks, cakes, biscuits and more including plenty of vegan options.
Why not enter and help support East Sussex WRAS by setting up a just giving page to raise sponsorship amongst your friends and family.
Book now to avoid disappointment! ...
‼️URGENT CAN YOU HELP‼️
Sadly this morning one of our rescuers picked up a lactating fox that unfortunately didn’t make it.
We are appealing for residents of the Beechy Avenue, Eastbourne, BN20 8 area to please stay vigilant and keep an eye and ear out for any signs of any fox cubs.
Here are some are some signs that may indicate abandoned cubs:
- Wandering outside of their den.
- Screaming and shouting for food.
If you suspect that you have a den with abandoned cubs in your garden or have any information that may help us locate these cubs please call our emergency rescue line on 03001026999.
Thank you. ...