WHAT WE DO

                REHABILITATE AND RELEASE

African penguins -Why they come to us

Seagulls, Comorants, Gannets, Petrels, oyster catchers - why they come to us

Oiled Penguin

From Oil Spills and ships

Arrested Moult

When the moult has stopped ​​

Annual Moult

Includes Juvenile to Adult moult

Wounds & Bites

Includes eye, feet or beak infections​ 

Young Penguins

Called "Blues" - left colony early (thin)

Diseased 

From avian malaria to tick bite fever 

Oiled gulls

From oil spills and ships

Food Poisoning

Called Botulism - affects seagulls

Wounds 

To wings, feet and beaks

Young seabirds

Left parents young, weak

Depending on a vet diagnosis rehabilitation includes: 
** Administration of medicine and electrolytes
** Regular, monitored feeding
** Fitness and waterproofing
** Sociability

Oiled Penguin Rehab process

Step 1

Step 1 b

step 2

Step 3

step 5

step 6

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step 1c

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step 3

Step 5

Seagull with Food poisoning - process

Injured Penguin Rehab process

Step 1

injured

Step 2

Step 4

Step 5

Step 6

Juvenile Cape Gannet Rehab process

rescue

Step 1

step 2b

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

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