|Evie, Custard Cream, Emma and Ken arrived in February 2009|
|In early February 2009 saw the arrival of four rescued seal pups from the RSPCA´s West Hatch Wildlife Centre in Devon. The pups were transferred to the National Seal Sanctuary for their next stage of rehabilitation and to learn to compete for fish with other seals and then finally being released back into the wild.|
|Evie (orange flipper tag number 62023) was rescued from Crackington Haven on the 14th January 2009, she weighed 30.8 kilos but was under 3 weeks old and been abandoned by her Mum.||Custard Cream (orange flipper tag number 62026) rescued from Rockham Beach in Devon, on the 26th January 2009, after being abandoned by his Mum also. Custard Cream is a bit of a fussy eater and is being assisted feeding by our Animal Care Team.||
Emma (orange flipper tag number 62021) was rescued from Port Gaverne on the 5th December 2008, she had puncture wounds to her flippers and was quiet, she is doing well and is now over 39 kilos.
||Ken (orange flipper tag number 62024) who was rescued on the 14th January 2009 in Newquay, suffering from injuries to his rear flippers.|
|Update: 23rd February 2009 - Ken and Emma have now been moved into the convalescent pool with the others and we are just waiting for Custard Cream and Evie to come up to weight, but these two are having great time playing with our visitors through the underwater viewing windows.|
Update: 27th February 2009 - Emma was released back into the wild along with Scotty on 27th February 2009.
Update: 16th March 2009 - Ken was released back into the wild earlier today along with Ellie, David, Sandy and Milo at Gwithian.
|Evie Update: 10th May 2009 - These photos of Evie were taken on Friday 8th May 2008 in the convalescent pool.|
Custard Cream Update: 10th May 2009 - These photos of Custard Cream were taken on Friday 8th May 2008 in the convalescent pool. |
Update: 8th June 2009 - Evie and Custard Cream were released back into the wild along with Harley at Porthtowan.
Ken Update: 7th April 2013 - Ken has been spotted at a local haul-out along the north coast of Cornwall by members of the Cornwall Seal Group on |
The photo (right) was taken by Sue Sayer on 25th March 2009. Sue is a member of the Cornwall Seal Group who identifies and monitors local seals.
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