The spring baby boom of British wildlife means the RSPCA has had its work cut out.
When baby animals get ill or stranded, it is often the RSPCA which has to come out to save them.
The charity has admitted it is under strain after saving animals which have been attacked, orphaned or stuck somewhere.
Since the beginning of February to the 20th April, the charity has taken in 753 young wild animals, including fledglings, nestlings and juveniles - 499 of which were birds and 254 mammals.
Here are just some of the animals the RSPCA has rescued so far this year.
A baby owl
The charity cared for this baby tawny owl after it was found with a swollen eye and taken to the charity's Cheshire wildlife centre.
Brother and sister fox cubs
The charity took in these brother and sister fox cubs who were found huddled under a fire escape at a block of flats in Bournemouth, in Dorset.
The RSPCA took in this baby squirrel after it was separated from its parents.
The charity is looking after a baby robin which was brought into RSPCA West Hatch, in Somerset.
A badger cub
A badger cub which was found on the side of a road in Suffolk by a member of the public who took him to a nearby vet in Diss, Norfolk.
The vets contacted the RSPCA and he was collected by an officer who took him for specialist care at the charity's East Winch Wildlife Centre in Norfolk.