[Tweeters] RE: two questions/concerns
kmack at paws.org
Thu Aug 15 13:30:27 PDT 2013
I'm not sure which PAWS Devorah has had experience with, but I'm pretty sure the previous poster was referring to PAWS here in Lynnwood. We are a full service wildlife hospital and rehabilitation center. Our mission is to rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned wildlife and return them to the wild. Euthanasia is definitely a part of our work, as we receive many animals that are too badly damaged to help in any other way, but our goal is always rehabilitation for release.
If you want to learn more about our work, you can find us online: http://www.paws.org/about-wildlife-center.html
You can also feel free to contact me directly if you have questions or concerns about our work.
kmack at paws.org<mailto:kmack at paws.org>
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From: Devorah the Ornithologist [mailto:birdologist at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:27 PM
To: Hank Heiberg
Subject: Re: [Tweeters] RE: two questions/concerns
i'd be cautious about giving ANY animals to PAWS to rescue. from what i've seen (in some areas, at least, this may not be true for your area, but it is worth investigating FIRST), they are more likely to euthanise than to foster & release later.
On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 3:21 PM, Hank Heiberg <karenhank at yahoo.com<mailto:karenhank at yahoo.com>> wrote:
Here is a photo of the heron in question. I hope that it survives.
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On Aug 13, 2013, at 11:37 PM, Ingrid Taylar <ingrid at wildlifeconservationstamp.org<mailto:ingrid at wildlifeconservationstamp.org>> wrote:
I'm late to this post but I've been told by someone who rescued a few fallen Commodore chicks, that PAWS will take them. If the herons fall out of the nest too early, the parents won't feed them on the ground. They are thus very vulnerable without flight or parental care.
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