Another feat taken on by our Animal Rescue officers tells a very similar story to that of the bat. Perched on a rusted shipwreck, a cormorant wore its feathers, along with what seemed like 30 metres of fishing line.
Sam and Jamy, two RSPCA Animal Rescue Officers, spotted the trapped bird on the beach, and attempted to reach it from the shore. The cormorant flew into the shipwreck, fishing line and all, before the Animal Rescue Officers jumped into the sea to successfully catch it. With the help of volunteer Steven, Sam and Jamy untangled the bird.