Rearing song thrudh

To: solemates1 <>
Subject: Rearing song thrudh
From: storm <>
Date: Sun, 10 Jan 2016 21:51:00 +0000

You need to talk to a licenced wildlife rehabilitation group who will have
experience with rearing and releasing wildlife.

You can find your local group though this site:

Good luck with your bird


On 11 January 2016 at 08:22, solemates1 <> wrote:

> Hi
> I am desperate to find someone who mayhave song thrush in captivity I
> reared one and have released it seveal timesbut it keeps returning , The
> environment here is hostile with many ravens picking off baby birds and
> fledglings.She is very distressed in a cage so i basicaly keep her in a
> spare room with water,leaf litter in a tray wth meal worms fruit a bit of
> seed and kitten food . Her parents have long disappeared. I really want her
> to be with her own kind . The vet has said she will most likely not survive
> in th wild .Can anyone help with information ?
> Irina de Loche 0425786o17
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