Rhys to the Rescue: Series 2

Thursday 19 January 2012, 16:55

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When Welsh wildlife is in trouble, it's often humans who are to blame although nature and the weather can also take their toll.

Dr Rhys Jones is back with a brand new series of Rhys to the Rescue on BBC One Wales, Wednesdays at 7:30pm.

Reptile expert, Rhys Jones

Reptile and animal handling expert, Dr Rhys Jones.

In episode one, currently available on BBC iPlayer, Rhys deals with an escaped snake in a bathroom, a big cat sighting and a lonely chimp!

Next week, Rhys rescues two tawny owl chicks found in the middle of a wood in Cwmbran. Had they become distressed and disorientated during a recent storm or taken and later abandoned by humans?

His next call is to Caerleon to see a grass snake, before travelling to Bridgend to save a Manx shearwater and attempt to release it back into the wild off cliffs at Southerndown.

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