You can help save sick and injured wild animals in Scotland
Discover our wild side with BBC Two's ‘Born to be Wild’.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the doors of our National Wildlife Centre? Tune in to BBC Two from Monday 2 September to get a first-hand look at how we help rehabilitate and release all kinds of injured and orphaned wildlife.
The ten-part series ‘Born to be Wild’ gives viewers incredible access to some of those animals, and follows our dedicated staff as they help all sorts of animals overcome injury or illness and return to their natural habitat.
Everyone at our National Wildlife Centre works tirelessly to care for the wild animals which come through the doors of the centre, each and every day of the year.
Last year the centre successfully released over 5,000 animals back into the wild and several of these will be featured on the show. From foxes to fledglings, otters to ospreys and weasels to woodpeckers, the series will chart amazing individual journeys for some of Scotland’s best loved wild creatures.
‘Born to be Wild’ will air on BBC Two on Monday nights at 6.30pm. Episode one is on Monday 2 September.
Visit the BBC Scotland website to find out more and watch the programme on the BBC iPlayer.