recovering after hotel roof rescue by Burnham wildlife carers
lucky fox is recovering well after being rescued from the roof
of a hotel by wildlife carers from the Burnham-On-Sea area this
animal was spotted in a confused state wandering around the roof
of the Webbington Hotel where it had become stuck.
World Wildlife Rescue's team were called to the scene and the
fox, which has been nick-named Webby, was successfully brought
to safety by charity founder Pauline Kidner and her son Simon
who managed to gain access to the roof via a door on the second
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Webby was in a confused state and
it was thought that he might have fallen onto the roof from a
tree or while scrambling on the steep sloping ground behind the
fox was examined and found to be suffering from trauma, having
sustained some puncture wounds but luckily he is now well on the
way to recovery and should soon be released back into the wild."
World will be holding its annual Badger Bonanza Open Weekend at
its base in New Road, East Huntspill from 10am until 4pm on Good
Friday (March 29th) through until 4pm on Easter Monday. Admission
will be free, however donations on the door towards the charity's
work will be appreciated.