Date: 4/5/17 12:00 pm From: Lars Per Norgren <larspernorgren...> Subject: [obol] Re: common poorwill in Sisters
Years ago I saw a Poorwill wing on someone's wall at UC Berkeley.
Having found a roadkill in Wyoming, I had a little practical experience.
The resident of the bedroom decorated with the wing was emphatic
that IT WAS A FLAMMULATED OWL. Lars
On Apr 5, 2017, at 11:53 AM, Elise W wrote:
> A common poorwill came into my rescue center a couple days ago.
> It was found at Lowe's garden center by an employee. A customer got the bird from the employee (who was carrying it around, cuddling it and telling people she found a baby owl) and called us.
> It is coated in gunk, which I am guessing is some kind of pesticide or other plant spray. Will need at least one more bath, and I will likely keep it until there are reliable bugs in the skies.
> Requires hand feeding.
> A very sensitive bird, with very fragile feathering.
> Anyone interested in following her story, can read my blog, I will be posting on this bird: www.nativebirdcare.org
> Elise Wolf
> Native Bird Care
> Sisters, OR