Wednesday, May 29, 2002

rescued eagles

Our favorite environmental group, Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research, Inc. recently made the news as four bald eagles which were rehabilitated at their facility in Newark, Delaware, were released on Monday. The group is largely a volunteer organization, and their oil-spill response teams have travelled around the world helping to rescue wildlife affected by environmental crises. Around this time, every year, they have a need for volunteers to help out with a large number of baby birds that are brought to their facility. If you're interested, they are more than happy for the help. There's no experience quite like feeding birds in one of the outdoor flight cages while they are rehabilitating.

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