Help for an injured bird

To: Jill Dark <>
Subject: Help for an injured bird
From: Scot Mcphee <>
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 20:26:04 +1000
national parks and wildlife will put them onto the carer network.

in the mean time tell them to keep it warn and dry in a dark quiet and safe


2009/12/18 Jill Dark <>

> Geoff,
> You are right. This bird does need help. If the wing is broken it needs to
> be taken to a vet. In most cases a broken wing means euthanasia but not
> always. If the bird is to be released it must be able to fly well.  Is there
> a wildlife organisation similar to Wires in Brisbane?
> Jill Dark
> Wires carer, Blue Mountains, NSW.

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