Our role as a rehabilitator is to give the animal a second chance at life. The animal may choose to fight, or give up the will to live. We respect that choice, although sometimes it is very hard to say good-bye.
Two Black-necked gulls where brought to Tenikwa on 31 Aug 2014. They were found on Keurbooms Beach. They were attached to each other with fishing line. One had it wrapped around his wing and the other had 2 fishing hooks stuck in his throat. We had to operate to remove the hooks from his esophagus. They are both recovering well.
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Tenikwa offers wildlife tours for day visitors, accommodation and overnight experiences. We are situated in Plettenberg Bay, on The Garden Route.