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Something in a Cardboard Box: Tales from the Wildlife Hospital

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In their back garden in Aylesbury, Less Stocker and his wife Sue run a wildlife hospital where, day and night, pathetic furry and feathered bundles arrive in cardboard boxes. These pages tell the tales of the rescue of wildlife ranging from badges, foxes and deer, hedgehogs, toads and mink to bats and grebes. Accounts of human heartlessness and dramatic rescue dashes are r ...more
Paperback, 222 pages
Published July 1st 1990 by Chatto & Windus (first published March 1st 1989)
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An interesting insight in the history of a wildlife hospital in the UK. I quite enjoyed the little stories about individual hedgehogs, magpies, foxes and badgers who got a second chance to live in the wild.
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