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About once per week (!) one is dying in our back yard in the vicinity of the feeder from these symptoms (listlessness, standing in one place, not being scared away, then dying 2 days after showing up with these symptoms). Lots of other birds feed at our feeder w/o sickening: sparrows, scrub jay, and lots of ring-collared doves. We're in the vicinity of Hollister, CA and would love to hear of somewhere we can take these.
regards, Robin
 

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About once per week (!) one is dying in our back yard in the vicinity of the feeder from these symptoms (listlessness, standing in one place, not being scared away, then dying 2 days after showing up with these symptoms). Lots of other birds feed at our feeder w/o sickening: sparrows, scrub jay, and lots of ring-collared doves. We're in the vicinity of Hollister, CA and would love to hear of somewhere we can take these.
regards, Robin
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The doves most likely have canker (trichomoniasis). Once the canker has become severe, there is no chance of survival for the birds unless they receive help. I am not sure of what wildlife rehab facilities may be in your area, but have a look here and start calling: http://www.dfg.ca.gov/wildlife/rehab/facilities.html

Terry
 
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