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Animal rescue centers who rescue, care and rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.

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See the best, funniest and most bizarre rescues and out takes from the series, including entertaining interviews with Simon, Steve and Goff, and Sara.
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It is time for the badgers release into the wild and Sara is feeling sad about letting them go; Steve endures the complicated rescue of a trapped owl.
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Simon responds to a bizarre call while an exotic bird gives Sara a run for her money; an update about a badger cub and a very young orphan comes into the center.
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The remaining red squirrels; an owl trapped in a school library; deer in a a swimming pool.
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A fish hook traps a duck by its tongue; a homeowner finds a snake on the doorstep.
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A bat is brought in that confounds everyone as to what species it is; emotions run high regarding the rescue of an injured badger cub.
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Ricky Gervais visits the centre after confirming that he'll become a patron, all he wants in return are two hedgehogs for his garden; a fox cub goes shopping for hardware.
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Gough and Simon demonstrate a new way of catching waterfowl; Sara gives an update on Tilly the badger cub and rescues a family of very young foxes.
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A deer intoxicated from eating fermented apples is brought in to sleep it off; baby Oystercatchers.
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Sara moves fledglings to a new aviary; Sara and Simon try to figure out how to free a fox that got its head stuck in a metal vent.
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New team member Steve encounters an angry squirrel under a sink; a fox cub with a severe case of mange arrives at Wildlife Aid.
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It's spring at Wildlife Aid and the first badger cub comes in after being viciously attacked by a dog; Simon is off to free a muntjac deer stuck in a gate.

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