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Over the years hand-reared wild birds and animals are brought to the wildlife hospital to be given refuge as their owners can no longer care for them. As these animals and birds have been reared by humans and have never lived in the wild they cannot be released. Instead they rely on humans for their every need. They have never learnt or needed to hunt for food so their food has to be provided for them. They have no fear imprint either so they cannot protect themselves as they would have learnt to do in the wild.

Due to the fact that they don’t go hungry and aren’t exposed to the dangers of living wild these animals and birds have a much longer lifespan in captivity. In fact we cared for a kestrel named Rosie who was 25 years old when she died. The average lifespan for a wild kestrel is on average 4 years!

By adopting a Chocolate you will be helping with the cost of providing her food, shelter and any medical treatment she may require.
For only £35 you can adopt Chocolate for one year and you will receive an adoption pack to say thank you.

Your welcome pack will include

  • An A4 mounted photograph
  • An adoption certificate
  • A Lower Moss Wood badge
  • A Lower Moss Wood pen
  • Seasonal newsletters

If purchasing as a gift, please be sure to enter the recipient’s name and address so we can it to them direct.

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