if you lived closer i would take him in.i hope someone can help you.
Thanks, Margaret! Hope things can still work out for this bird.Robert,
I tried to call your number. I got a message that says it was disconnected. Check the number you wrote and I'll call again. It is Sunday night now. I just got on the computer and found your post and Terry's PM to me. I'm close, in Fallbrook and will take the bird if I can connect with you.
DITTO!!!!! Thank you Margaret, Robert and Jason!Many thanks to Margaret, Robert, and Jason for this save! Well done, you all!
That would be the very best outcome. Unfortunately it was on a very large military base out in the boonies. Finding someone to take crows for rehab in this area is tough. There is one place in this county, but if they can't fly 100%, they euthanize. I'd rehab him, I think it would be no more than allowing his flights to grow back, but it's illegal for me to have him, so at least I can get him to someone licensed who I know won't kill him if he isn't releasable.Hopefully, the Lic. rehabber will be able to let him go from the area in which he was found so he can be reunited with his flock.