For over 25 years Hessilhead has cared for Scotland's injured and orphaned wildlife, aiming to rescue, treat, rehabilitate and release birds and animals back to the wild

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CARING FOR SCOTLAND'S SICK, INJURED AND ORPHANED WILDLIFE

February 6th 2017

Although Andy and Robert went back to the Gleniffer Braes on Saturday, and Andy and I went today, there is no news of the cubs that were seen on Friday. They were behaving like lost, hungry cubs, but lets hope they were reunited with mum.

We have two more roe deer in care. One of them has a leg fracture that should heal well, and the other had a hugely swollen tongue when it was brought in on Friday. Of course it could neither eat nor drink. It is much better now, and has started nibbling, and the other deer is eating well.

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