Ingrid Taylar: Bridging the Divide Between Cat and Bird Lovers

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Ingrid Taylar: Bridging the Divide Between Cat and Bird Lovers

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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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One Response to Ingrid Taylar: Bridging the Divide Between Cat and Bird Lovers

  1. Charlene West says:

    Enjoyed this post. I got sucked in 15 years ago by having cats too. Now I do birds for Project Wildlife in San Diego, satellite care from my Oceanside home. There is an adult mourning dove in my bird room and a nestling eurasion dove that were both caught by cats. The m dove lost its tail and has avian pox as an added bonus. They should both be released eventually. Keep the posts coming. Love hearing them. 

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