Seasonal Aviary Assistants – £11.44/hr

Application Deadline: midnight 15/07/24 About the job We are seeking 2 + Seasonal Aviary Assistants between 22/07/24 – 31/10/24. Weekday and weekend work available – shifts to be discussed. This […]

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Shower time!

Bathing and preening is key for our guillemots to regain their waterproofing. It can take some time for previously oiled birds to become fully waterproofed due to the washing process […]

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Our first baby gull of 2024

Baby gull season is upon us! This beauty arrived on Wednesday, bang on cue for us, after a fall from a chimney in Hayle. We are open 9:30am-4:30pm to admit […]

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Found a young gull?

Here at Mousehole Wild Bird Hospital, we have been working hard to get ready for this year’s breeding season. The bird care team and trustees have reviewed our priorities very […]

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Gullz R Loud

A big thank you to the wonderful Gullz R Loud in St Ives for their ongoing support. For every gull tea-towel sold they donate 15p to our hospital. If you’re […]

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Hattys sore wing

This here is Hatty and it’s fairly obvious what is wrong with her! The wonderful team at Penmellyn Vets St Columb did a great job assessing her wing, including taking […]

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We can fly if we try! 🪽

These cheeky youngsters’ flying skills are improving all the time. 5 of the 8 gulls in this aviary can now get up on the shelter which is about 2-3 feet […]

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Janet the Gannet

Recently we had our first Gannet in quite a while admitted after being found stranded on a beach in Newquay. Shes was taken to Penmellyn Vets, Newquay who checked her […]

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Guillemots Galore!

Guillemots are social, colonial seabirds. Allopreening, the grooming of one another, can serve many functions including strengthening pair bonds between breeding partners, ensuring mutual care of offspring, maintaining positive neighbor […]

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Harry the Herring Gull

This here is Harry! Harry was the gull who needed help getting to us from Penryn, he had a couple of nights at Cornish Paws Veterinary Practice who gave him a good […]

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