Date: 1/3/21 10:25 am
From: Rebekah Boan (via carolinabirds Mailing List) <carolinabirds...>
Subject: Re: Injured Pine Siskin in yard
If you can capture it, the Animal Urgent Care on Vick Avenue in Raleigh accepts injured wildlife. If too badly injured they will also humanely euthanize. I believe they still do wildlife cases for free. 
Rebekah Boan, RVT 

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Is there a bird rehabilitator in the area who could take care of an injured Pine Siskin in our front yard? It appears to have a broken wing. We are located inside the beltline if that helps. We can catch the bird and put it in a box. Thanks for any help.

Sharon Smart


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