influx of wildlife prompts appeal for Burnham volunteers
summer influx of animals has prompted Secret World Wildlife Rescue
to issue an appeal for more volunteers this week.
summer has been extremely busy and numbers are much higher than
in previous years," said Pauline Kidner, the founder of the
charity that is based in East Huntspill.
are looking desperately for volunteers to help with the animals,
in reception, maintenance and with our functions."
is always a difficult time for us with students finishing their
courses, people on holiday themselves and grand-parents caring for
children during the school breaks."
and join our team and get close to wildlife that you probably never
ever see and experience the chance to help wildlife."
added that support, advice and training will be given if required.
World is also looking to find drivers in the Bristol area to bring
wildlife casualties to them at the end of each day.
vets in the Bristol area now hold animals until they can be collected
and finding people to drive to Bristol is not easy, says the charity,
which is based in East Huntspill.
you work in Bristol, there may be a veterinary practice near your
workplace and if so perhaps, on occasions, you would be prepared
to collect already contained casualties and bring them back to Secret