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Welcome to our Corvid Blog. Our aim is to share our fascination and love for those birds belonging to the crow family, also known as corvids or corvidae.  Corvids are passerine birds that include, amongst other species, crows, ravens, rooks, jackdaws, jays, magpies and choughs. These birds have long been demonised and accused of foul deeds. However,  myth and reality are very different. We would like to change this stigma by sharing our experiences and observations, which we have acquired over many years of rescue and rehabilitation work.

18/02/2019
First Aid for Birds
Cat Caught Birds
31/01/2019
First Aid for Birds
How to Catch a Poorly Bird
16/01/2019
First Aid For Birds
Impact Trauma
04/01/2019
The Myth Of
Humane Lethal Wildlife Management
19/12/2018
Thoughts About Bread
And Angel Wing Deformities
04/11/2018
Feeding Wild Birds
In The Winter
24/10/2018
What Is A Vegan-Run
Corvid Sanctuary?
12/10/2018
Why Not To Light
A Bonfire – Updated
06/10/2018
How To Prevent
Trichomoniasis Or Canker
02/10/2018
Treating Animals With
The Respect They Deserve
12/09/2018
Why Should We Help
Non-Human Animals?
20/08/2018
Caring For Temporarily And
Permanently Disabled Birds
24/07/2018
How And When To Release
Crows, Rooks And Jackdaws
05/07/2018
Jackdaw Kojak
An Obituary
24/06/2018
How To Find A Corvid Friendly Wildlife Rescue Or Rehabber?
29/05/2018
Cats, Cars And Wildlife
27/05/2018
Jackdaw Puck
An Obituary
15/05/2018
Plumage Problems In
Wild And Captive Corvids
05/05/2018
Jackdaw Moritz
An Obituary
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Corvid Isle Sanctuary

Corvid Isle is a small non-for-profit organisation and corvid sanctuary based in the South of England. The Corvid Isle team is committed to the principles of holistic nonviolence. Our focus is to provide dedicated state of the art long-term care and rehabilitation facilities for native corvid species like magpies, crows, rooks, ravens, jackdaws and jays.

This means that we do provide care for birds for one, sometimes two or even more years, before these birds can be released back into the wild. We are entirely self-funded and rely on the kind support from members of the public. Please go to our Support page to find out more about how you can support our work and the animals in our care.

Corvid Isle is a sanctuary and not a wild bird or corvid rescue. We are unable to take care of corvid related emergencies or to assist in cases where birds need to be rescued. Currently we are unable to take in new birds. In a case of a bird related emergency, please contact your nearest experienced corvid friendly rehabber or wildlife rescue.

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About

Do you love corvids? Would you like to learn more about them? Then you are in the right place.

If you would like to read some of our older blog posts, then you might find our Archive page useful, where you can find a complete list of all published posts.

If you have a specific wildlife or corvid related question, or if you are interested in animal behaviour and animal ethics, then you might want to check out our Knowledge Base.

In case you would like to learn more about our Corvid Isle patients and residents, then please check out our Gallery and Vimeo video collection.

Do you have a question, or do you need advice? Please get in touch by using our website Contact form.

After many years of rescue and rehabilitation work, focusing on short and long term rehabilitation of native corvids, we have retired from active wild bird rescue business and have founded the corvid sanctuary Corvid Isle.

Our past and current work with human and non-human animal patients, and in particular the daily confrontation with public perceptions and practices, which often disallow basic rights to certain groups of humans or non-human animal species whilst protecting or cherishing others, has highlighted a persisting and even progressive disconnection within our human society as well as between humans and nature. This growing insight has also demonstrated to us the importance of education and awareness, which will hopefully enable our fellow humans to make educated decisions and to implement non-violent solutions in order to address these and other closely related problems within our society and beyond.

 

Corvid Isle

Sanctuary

Kerstin

Stephan

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If you would like to contact us, then please use the contact form provided below. Please note that Corvid Isle is a sanctuary and not a wild bird or corvid rescue. We are unable to take care of corvid related emergencies or to assist in cases where birds need to be rescued.