As the first leaves of autumn blow in, little pups in their fluffy winter coats begin to appear on Irish coastlines. It is still early in the Grey Seal pupping season but we are preparing for a busy crossover! At the moment we have 27 residents at the centre. Here is a brief update on all of our current seals.
Bij Seal Rescue Ireland heeft men momenteel al 2 grijze zeehondenpups opgevangen. Helaas heeft men de 1e pup moeten laten inslapen. Met de 2e pup gaat het voorzichtig beter.
Lovely video of the recent release of Poplar and Cardinal. We hope they are enjoying their new life of freedom out there!
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Seal Rescue Ireland heeft op dinsdag 7 april 2 zeehonden vrijgelaten na een succesvolle herstelperiode.
Four more happy and healthy grey seals returned to the wild after completing their rehabilitation. During such a sad time we hope this video will bring some positvity to your day.
Yesterday Seal Rescue Ireland said goodbye to their beautiful ringed seal “Cloudberry”. She didn’t hesitate to head for the waves, and then in her true Drama Queen style she made a big fuss when she first touched the cold water.
Some lovely footage from Bottlebrush & Banksia’s Release this Sunday past. <3 Nothing beats seeing these pups go home after everything they have been through! Good luck out there lads!
Some beautiful footage of Saturday’s release of Geranium, Sneezeweed and Sage bouncing back to the sea! Unfortunately our camera was having technical issues and we missed capturing Buttonweed and Nettle in this video, but thankfully the live stream taken on the day features their release too.
De grijze zeehonden Buckthorn, Baloo and Bodhi werden vrijgelaten na een herstelperiode bij Seal Rescue Ireland.
Spruce, Trollius and Wisteria were very happy to be released and eagerly made their way into the waves. We wish them all long and safe lives back in the wild.