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Wild Things – October 2017

As baby season is approaching, there has been an increase in wildlife nesting in our gardens. One increasingly common visitor to our gardens at this time of the year is the Egyptian goose, whose population numbers have been steadily growing over the past few years. CROW’s resources and facilities are being placed under severe strain, to the point that we had no choice but to start a waiting list for non-emergency cases, as we simply ran out of space.

So for those that are happy to have these feathered guests on their property for a few weeks and provided there is no threat from cats or dogs, it is advised you leave them be. It certainly can be a great experience for young children and an opportunity to teach them about nature.

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