|Subject:||Wild bird rescue procedure ...|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Sat, 7 Aug 2004 13:04:30 +1000 (EST)|
Do we have a written procedure here in Australia maybe Victoria for the procedure to be used/employed in wild bird rescues?
I ask because this week whilst talking with a good friend outside the Hastings Community House he said "Here did you see that?" I spun around and saw a green/grey 4 wheel drive vehicle heading away from me with four occupants.
What was wrong I asked him?
"They had a pelican sat in the back seat with them, and one of them was holding it's beak shut?"
I was stunned at what he said he saw, the vehicle had no markings on it at all to proclaim to the world what it's roll in wild bird/animal rescue was. Not even a sticker on a window ... no logo or anything could be seen anywhere?
Surely this is not right ????
Concerned of Hastings, Victoria also known as JAG
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