Sixty more 'sticky' birds rescued from southern coast
by Andy Dickenson
For the last two weeks seabirds have been washed up on the south coast contanimated with a sticky substance.
Wildlife volunteers have been working across the region to try to rescue them and now more than sixty guillemots have been taken to an RSPCA centre in Hastings. Andy Dickenson reports.
Birds being looked after at RSPCA centre
The RSPCA centre at the Mallydams Wood in Hastings is continuing to treat many of the birds washed up on the South coast of England with a mystery sticky substance on their bodies.