|To:||David Cameron <>|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Nov 2004 09:16:01 +1100 (EST)|
G'day David would you like to give me what YOU think his age might be?
David Cameron <> wrote:
Where I work there is a raven that some mongrel has taken to with the
scissors. It probably happened last weekend. It's been about for a few days now wandering around the car park and gardens. He has no tail feathers and both his wings have been clipped heavily. He's a sad and sorry sight but does seem fit and healthy otherwise. I'm assuming the feathers will grow back. How long will this take?
He seems happy enough wandering about as there is lots of food for him in the gardens. We intend to catch him if we can and put him in a safer area till he can fly again. We may need to supplement his food. What do people recommend?
JAG waddles off singing:
"Owl can I live with sorry?"
"Owl can I live until tomorrow,"
"Owl can you mend a broken heart,"
"Owl can you stop the rain fall lynn,"
Bee Gees for ever
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