Rehabilitating wild birds

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Subject: Rehabilitating wild birds
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2000 20:36:02 -0800 (PST)
G'day Everyone,

For a while now many of those on this list have formed
up to freely give advice on helping those that help
wild birds in times of poor health or injury. If your
interest is in occasionally rehabilitating wild birds
before release to the wild then why not sign up and


We have a resident group of world wide bird carers
eager and willing to help with all birdcare questions
from falling into chlorine tanks to broken wings. If
you do wish to join then send an email to

or send John A. Gamblin a pesonal email to formally
request this by sending an email to me.


Kind Regards to all,
John A. Gamblin

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