A fresh bouquet at Three Owls Wood

September 5, 2020

Further to my earlier article, here is the photo of two of the five juvenile Common Pheasants taking their first steps as they are released to the wild.


As per usual, you can never get a picture of them all together when released, as they quickly split up and just like any youngster - are off to explore!


My grateful thanks to Kathy and her team over at Meltham Wildlife Rescue for their livesaving work in getting them to this stage; we will take the reigns now by providing a safe nature reserve for a protected release back to the wild.


Nigel

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