The Big Black Bird Rescue

 

Please see post at:

http://10000birds.com/the-big-black-bird-rescue.htm

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About suziegilbert

I live in New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley and have been rehabbing birds for over twenty years. I’ve written a memoir about the slippery slope all rehabbers eventually slide down, called “Flyaway: How a Wild Bird Rehabber Sought Adventure and Found Her Wings,” published in 2009 by HarperCollins; and a children's book called "Hawk Hill," published in 1996 by Chronicle Books. I also write all kinds of freelance content. Please see my website, www.suziegilbert.com
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4 Responses to The Big Black Bird Rescue

  1. Reminds me of the time a rescuer brought to us a small cryptically colored egg they found beneath a large tree in their yard. It was immediately put into an incubator. I was thinking maybe warbler egg, and went looking for the Collins book to help with the ID. But then one of our shelter volunteers decided to test it by licking. It turned out to be a Sweet-Tart candy egg.

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