Linda Hufford: A Rehabber Comments on “Collecting” Rare Birds

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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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2 Responses to Linda Hufford: A Rehabber Comments on “Collecting” Rare Birds

  1. Charlene West says:

    It is so sad that he wanted to kill it to study it. Pictures and video would have worked as well, and DNA can be taken without injuring the animal. Where are the real men and women? 

  2. suziegilbert says:

    I agree, Charlene! But there are an awful lot of people on the side of killing wildlife in order to study them. I was astonished at the rage this great post provoked.

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