Date: 7/20/20 7:16 pm
From: Sherri Smith <grackle...>
Subject: Re: [birders] Digest for - 1 update in 1 topic
Does he have them in plastic bags in the refrigerator? If not, too late now. He could contact the DNR and send them to the clinic where they investigate such things. I would wonder about insecticide application to a lawn.
Sherri Smith

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> Patricia Burden <tallerpat526...>: Jul 18 06:27PM -0400
> One of our Blue Water Audubon facebook page members reported finding
> two adult Flickers and a Sparrow - all deceased on the same day
> without a mark on them. I know birds die from all kinds of reasons,
> but he asked if this was something to worry about and if there was
> somewhere he could take them to find out why this happened.
> So what say you?
> Pat Burden
> Melvin & Yale, MI
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