10:06 am, Thu 25 Apr 2013 West Country (E)
The badger cub that survived against the odds
Aspen was found on a road in Devon, cuddled up to his dead mother and siblings
Credit: Secret World
Aspen is one of seven orphaned badger cubs being cared for at Secret World Wildlife Rescue Centre at Highbridge in Somerset.
He is about eight weeks old and was brought in yesterday after being spotted lying beside his dead mother and siblings on a road in Devon.
Another cub was brought in last night - she was found on her own in the road in Cheddar. You can watch the young badgers playing on the charity's
They generate an awful lot of washing and the Centre is struggling to keep up. You can find out more about its work
7:04 pm, Fri 12 Apr 2013 West Country (E)
Cold weather hits west country wildlife
The weather may be getting warmer, but it seems the rise in temperatures has come too late for some of our wildlife. Animal rescue experts say the extended cold spell has had a devastating impact on many creatures which have perished in the cold.
5:03 pm, Fri 12 Apr 2013 West Country (E)
VIDEO: Orphaned badgers at Secret World
Three orphaned badger cubs are being cared for at the Secret World rescue centre near Highbridge in Somerset. They were found separately in Cornwall, Wiltshire and Somerset.
Here's 1 and a half minutes of sheer cuteness.
10:34 pm, Wed 12 Dec 2012 Flooding Returns To South West
Wildlife centre is busy after the floods
An animal rescue centre near Bridgwater says it's being inundated with new residents, who have been finding it hard to survive during the recent floods.
The effects of last month's torrential rain are still being felt on the Somerset Levels, not least by the area's wildlife. Andrea Bishop reports
11:28 pm, Tue 23 Oct 2012 Badger Cull Delay
Badger cull delay: the wildlife campaigners' response
Anti-badger cull campaigners have always claimed the cull was unnecessary and unscientific. David Woodland was with staff at Secret World Animal Sanctuary in Somerset when they heard today's announcement.
5:02 am, Thu 17 May 2012 Westcountry News In Brief
The six cygnets are being cared for in safety at Secret World
Credit: Secret World
A family of swans that had their nest washed away during recent flooding have been rescued. Secret World in Somerset came to their aid after police spotted them walking down a street in Taunton.