As a former wildlife rehabber, I know how to handle this... but thanks for the info :) (already had it, gave it to the woman and no one was avail. to come get the bird)
--- On Thu, 6/21/12, Richard Kuehn <windnsea@...> wrote:
From: Richard Kuehn <windnsea@...>
Subject: RE: [Mendobirds] Surf Scoters
To: "'Lisa Walker (Feather)'" <feather7023@...>, firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Thursday, June 21, 2012, 12:39 PM
Lisa- Perhaps no one answered on [Mendobirds] as your discussion is beyond the purpose, as I understand it, of this Group. Hoping NOT to bring down the wrath of the ListServ owner, I’d suggest you contact International Bird Rescue, the rehab group for aquatic birds in Northern California. Their website is located at http://www.bird-rescue.org/ and this page http://www.bird-rescue.org/contact/found-a-bird.aspx contains phone numbers for people to call who have found an aquatic bird. This page also provides the link to report Blue-Banded Brown Pelicans, too. Good Luck and HTH-Rich Richard KuehnWindandSea at The Sea Ranch, CA Life is NOT a dress-rehearsal!.
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