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Posted 16th December 2011, 02:11 PM
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I can not find or know of any pigeon rehabber in my state. If you are willing and able to pay for avian vet that may be the best course of action.
That is what I did.
theres me, plus allison weber in wayland, we both love the piji's!
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That is good to know. However, you must get bombarded with requests for care which also means expense.
I know with just my one pigeon how much care, work and expense just this one alone involves.
Bless you both!
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We are, but one thing that is nice about the Pijis is they are so less demanding than the songbirds
I also used to volunteer at new England wildlife center and they would care for Pijis too
Also know of a few mammal rehabbers that have taken in their fair share of them too
 
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I one took a feral pigeon that was hit by a car to turtle ridge wild life center.I have no clue what they did with him, but they took him lol
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Once word gets out. You will now be labeled as a pigeon rehabber! :-)
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Love Pijis!
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love pijis!


LOL
I've fallen in love with pigeons.
Matter of fact for valentine's day my husband gave me a book on pigeons and I gave him a funny t-shirt with a cartoon of a pigeon!
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Pb, u should come to the wram conference this Saturday at tufts
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What is a WRAM conference (!?) What is this all about? :-)
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I just checked your link wraminc.org
The conference was last weekend feb. 11th
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No it was postponed cause of the non snowstorm we had!
So its this sat, if you wanna go you have to let fran know by Thursday
Let me know if you want her number
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If I start helping injured or sick wild birds what is the risk I may bring something home to my bird pets. This is my first and foremost concern. When I think of embarking on a venture of this sort. TY

I've asked the moderators to start a thread for you on this subject as this is not the right thread to ask your question.

It would be appreciated if this thread could be limited to those of you that have a veterinarian or rehabber, that will treat pigeons, to tell us about.
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HELP! Any bird rehab in NYC??
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If nothing here: http://pij-n-angels.forumotion.net/t...ted-states-l-n


You may want to look at http://nycprc.org/ which is, obviously, on the spot. Not dealt with them personally, though.

If you are looking for help for a specific bird, then best post some details in the 'sick/injured pigeons' section.
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HELP for injured pigeon in Birmingham UK??????


Hi, I need HELP please!
I found an injured pigeon (wood-pigeon I believe) in my garden this morning. Looks like a cat mauled it ... blood-stained feathers around neck! It's secured, warm and seemingly eating and drinking fairly regularly, but I need to find someone near to where we are who can care for and rehab the bird until it can be released again. Anyone know anyone in UK, near to Birmingham who could/would help in this way, please? Hate to see it die because I cannot provide the help it needs!
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