Wildlife centre ends bird's suffering
File photo: A seagull pecks at a whale in the southern Atlantic Ocean. The gull was found on the sand by Oppenheimer Estate manager Paul de Swart who had been trying unsuccessfully to catch the bird. Durban - A Cape gull found on an uMhlanga Beach with an injured wing last week has been put down at the Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (Crow).
This revealed that the bird’s wing was shattered beyond repair. Despite this, we would like to thank Paul and his staff for showing such care in helping our local wildlife.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Independent on SaturdaySimilar Stories