The seriously ill seal pup was due to be rescued but was scared into the sea by members of the public, near Lands End.Read the full story ›
Named Brian May, the pup was rescued off the coast when he was just five-weeks-old after being spotted wounded and severely malnourished.Read the full story ›
A newborn pup is being looked after by Cornish Seal Sanctuary after public activity on a beach in St Agnes frightened his mother away.Read the full story ›
'Squidge' the penguin is the first ever chick to be hand-reared at the sanctuary.Read the full story ›
Two seal pups rescued by the Cornish Seal Sanctuary have been released back to sea. One, Harry, was found with plastic around his neck.Read the full story ›
A group of injured or abandoned young grey seals have been released into the wild after being cared for by the Cornish Seal SanctuaryRead the full story ›
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary re-opens its hospital today, 17 October, following a £50,000 renovation.
The centre for injured pups, based in the village of Gweek, will also be celebrating its 60th anniversary next year.
As Cornwall's only seal rescue centre, the sanctuary cares for more than 50 pups every season.
The new facilities mean more injured pups can be cared for.
Keepers at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek have created a pretty impressive 'fish cake' in honour of one of their elderly residentsRead the full story ›
There has been some cracking training going on at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary this week to celebrate Easter with the resident creatures.Read the full story ›
Two otters are approaching their one year anniversary together and are still very much in love.Read the full story ›