Born to be Wild

September 2019

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 10

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The centre is plunged into chaos as the harshest winter storms in over 20 years hits. Battling through snow and ice, the staff have to battle to help the wildlife effected by the cold snap.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 9

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The centre receives an unusual case - an otter from the very north of Shetland who has already failed twice to be successfully reintroduced to the wild.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 8

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When a pair of orphaned harbour seals arrive at the centre, the team try a new technique to help rehabilitate them. The bird unit work hard to release a pair of beautiful orphaned barn owl chicks.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 7

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The team receive not one but two of Scotland’s rarest predators – white tailed eagles – and have to use all their experience and expertise to try and get them back to the wild.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 6

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When a juvenile raven comes in with a broken wing, the combined experience and expertise of head of birds Lorraine and the surgical knowledge of vet Romain is needed.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 5

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April is bottle-feeding tiny roe deer orphan Petal, but when she is also given the task of looking after new-born hedgehog Piglet, she needs to call on the help of Chloe and Nicola.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 4

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The team receive a delivery of a nest of orphaned red squirrel kits. The centre’s head vet Romain Pizzi uses an ancient falconer’s trick to get an injured bird flying again after severe wing damage.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 3

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Assistant manager Jonny has his hands full when a bunch of baby pine martens are brought in over the course of a couple of weeks.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 2

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The staff are excited as the season’s first baby badgers have been brought in. It is a big day for the mammal unit as two of their otters are finally ready to release.

Series 1 Reversions: Episode 1

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The team acts as mother to a litter of orphaned fox cubs, and the staff bid a fond farewell to Babe the hedgehog.
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