Date: 10/6/18 3:59 pm From: Karen And Jim Rowe <00000131a1cf8fbc-dmarc-request...> Subject: Re: AGFC hotline to contact officers
Please call 1-800-482-9262
Oops, my work phone was ringing and I hit send instead of save.
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> On Oct 6, 2018, at 5:56 PM, Karen And Jim Rowe <00000131a1cf8fbc-dmarc-request...> wrote:
> Give folks time. Most of our rehabbers including Lynn also give educational programs, are may be driving through a dead cell area to get a bird, are trying to catch a raptor for release, trying to force feed an eagle, or doing one of many things that keep them unbelievably busy and and they can’t always respond quickly to a call.
> Also most of our rehabbers will only pick up birds once they have been caught and placed in a box. These volunteers have learned the hard way that many raptors are no longer at the roadside location 20 or so minutes after a call is made. Often a rehabber simply cannot spend hours looking for an reported injured bird along a busy roadside.
> Please call the AGFC hotline and ask for the Benton County County wildlife office to pick up the bird and he will catch it and get it to Lynn.
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>> On Oct 6, 2018, at 2:42 PM, Karen Garrett <kjgarrett84...> wrote:
>> Thanks, I have called everyone, but have yet to get a hold of anyone, or get a call back. :(
>>> On Sat, Oct 6, 2018, 2:27 PM Janine Perlman <jpandjf...> wrote:
>>> Try HAWK at (479) 222-0528, or message them on https://www.facebook.com/hawkcenter/ >>>
>>>> On 10/6/2018 2:23 PM, Karen Garrett wrote:
>>>> I have left messages for Lynn@Morningstar and the vet that I think she uses. No answers. Any ideas?