Black song-thrush

To: mariaalexgaidook <>
Subject: Black song-thrush
From: Chris Melrose <>
Date: Sun, 25 Oct 2015 05:31:36 +0000
Dear Mary
It would be best to get in touch with your local WIRES or animal rescue 
service.  Contact numbers can be found in the phone book or you can google 
animal rescue with your locality on the Internet.

Good luck

Christine Melrose

+61 407705140

> On 25 Oct 2015, at 07:34, mariaalexgaidook <> wrote:
> Hello
> My name is Mary
> Yesterday we found song thrush in our garden,because of no tale it has 
> problems,can't fly normally,poor thing was very tired,we took it home,today 
> it's singing all morning,beautiful, but i don't know how to feed it,take 
> care,this bird eats bugs and smthng like this,i can't take care about 
> it,can't let it go too,it'll die ,where can i bring it or if someone wants to 
> take care and wait when tale will grow back so I'd  like to present a lovely 
> bird
> Thank you.
> Sent on the go with Vodafone
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