Welcome from Missi, Avian Ambassador at Wild Bird Rescue, Inc.

I came to Wild Bird Rescue in the summer of 2009. Some woman found me on the ground and picked me up. Good thing she knew what to do. She took me to Wild Bird Rescue. At the door, a nice lady named Lila, picked me up and took me into a room called the infirmary. After a complete exam, Lila put me in this large box called a carrier. I stayed there for a few weeks while everyone decided what to do with me. Because I had completely lost my left eye, I would not do well if released back into the wild. The Migratory Bird Act of 1918 says I have to be releasable or be euthanized. Lucky for me Wild Bird Rescue decided to keep me around as their first education bird. I like to be called their Avian Ambassador...I think that sounds more important. Don't you? I will be going out to schools in the fall to help with presentations. I wonder if I get to use PowerPoint? I hope you enjoy keeping up with my trials and tribulations while I am learning how to work on the glove.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

June 30, 2010

A group of trained volunteers has been deployed to the Gulf to help with seabirds caught in the environmental disaster created by BP ‘s well blowout. International Bird Rescue and Research Center, the lead organization for oiled wildlife has set up centers throughout the Gulf where the growing oil slick is severely impacting birds. Please visit their website to find out how you can help: www.ibrrc.org. You’ll be glad you did. Phee Phew!

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