A Peregrine Falcon lonesome in oil has been discovered from Caldey Island off a Pembrokeshire coast.
The bird of chase was found by a part-time proprietor of a island final weekend.
Caldey Island has a race of approximately 40 residents, and is home to varying numbers of Cistercian monks.
The falcon was returned safely to Tenby, and collected by RSPCA Cymru. It has now been eliminated to RSPCA West Hatch Wildlife Centre in Somerset for reconstruction and care.
The gift says a bird is badly infested by gummy oil, and is really underweight – suggesting a bird might have been in bad condition for a substantial duration of time.