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  1. Thank you for this link. I have phoned them and their lovely chap is going there today to try to catch her and will return tomorrow if he's not successful today. 🤞
  2. Thank you for all your help and concern you wonderful people! I was in despair at the suffering of this creature, which has been caused by man, and at my inability to do anything for her. Not only do I have hope that someone will help her, but you are now setting up a website and support for your local birds who need our help. It will be wonderful if something so positive comes out of this. It is heartwarming to find so many people who care.
  3. Yes I agree. With the fishing season about to start, these birds need all the help they can get.
  4. Thank you for info. I don't know how to do that but I will ring them.
  5. Poor thing. So pleased to hear you went back to help her. To quote Ghandi - you can judge a society by the way it treats its animals.
  6. Yes, I feel the same. I hated having to leave without having helped her. Fingers crossed someone can come to the rescue.
  7. Can anyone help? We were recently boating on the broads and came across an injured duck at Acle Bridge. She has fishing line wound so tightly around her leg that it is badly swollen and she can't stand on it. We tried to catch her several times but she eluded us. The RSPCA visited once but didn't catch her. We are no longer there so am hoping others will step in and help her. She seems to stay around Acle Bridge by the Dunes Cafe, or shelters with her three ducklings in a boat shed opposite. (If you could access that it would be the ideal place to corner and catch her). Can't bear to think of her suffering when it would be such a simple job to cut the line off her leg, if only she could be caught. Is there anyone out there who can help her?
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