RESCUE STATIONS

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which is co-financed by the European Union /ERDF/.
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ZÁCHRANNÉ STANICE
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  • When animals are injured, ill, poisoned or seriously infested with parasites. Symptoms: they are bleeding, shaking, suffering from diarrhoea, tend to be apathetic and don´t pay attention to what is going on around them. (BEWARE of cases with high risk of disease transmission, e.g. rabies, tularaemia, leptospirosisetc.)
  • When young animals are sought through or suffering from hypothermia. (If their life is in danger, they may be dried and warmed up. Further steps should be consulted with experts.)
  • When young birds fall out of a nest or are thrown out. (The mother doesn´t take care of them outside the nest and can´t get them back. The best option is putting them back into the nest. They don´t mind being touched by a human as their sense of smell is not as good as the one of mammals.)
  • When animals are in imminent danger (endangered by cars, dogs and cats, small kids etc.).
  • When animals get stuck somewhere and can´t get away without being helped (e.g. air holes, chimneys, canals, cesspits, pools, rainwater barrels).
  • When young precocial birds are really lonely (small pheasants, geese or swans whose parents are not anywhere near).
  • If we find dead parents or siblings of young ones in their close proximity.(If they are still dependent on their parents, they would die without our help.)
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