[Summit] Bird with broken wing
benprentice28 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 06:17:36 CDT 2016
Thank you to everyone who responded so quickly. Unfortunately the bird died
within 30 minutes of my discovering it.
On Sun, Jun 26, 2016 at 12:49 PM Theresa Mathiesen <elvamath at gmail.com>
> Hi, Ben,
> 1. First call the Wildlife Rehabilitators' Association of Rhode island's
> wildlife clinic at 294-6363. The bird needs help immediately.
> Also consult their Website: http://www.riwildliferehab.org/index.html
> (don't use e-mail to contact them about injured wildlife -- telephone
> It will tell you what to do if you find an injured bird. (At least put it
> in a box or something.... this site will tell you what to do.)
> The Wildlife Clinic is in Saunderstown. If they don't answer the phone,
> or you don't want to drive that far,
> 2. The closest licensed rehabilitators are in Cumberland and Providence.
> Cumberland: Seth Boczulak, 607-427-1435.
> Providence: Arianna Mouradjian, 401-450-9550.
> I got this info from the Website. There are other rehabilitators, further
> away. One of these might even pick up the bird.
> 3. call Ocean State Veterinary Services, 401-886-6787. (They're in
> East Greenwich.) They take over from The Wildlife Clinic after hours or on
> Between these three options you will find someone to help the bird.
> Please keep us posted!
> Elva Mathiesen
> On Sun, Jun 26, 2016 at 11:09 AM, Anne Diffily <adiff11 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Wildlife Rescue is an excellent organization and definitely where you
>> want to go for help with the bird.
>> If you can confine the bird in a small enclosure to prevent it flapping
>> around too much, and make sure it has access to water, it should survive
>> until you can turn it over to the rescue tomorrow. This is what they told
>> me to do some years back when I found a robin in similar condition.
>> (Unfortunately, it died before I could take it there -- must have had
>> internal injuries too.)
>> Hope this helps.
>> On Sun, Jun 26, 2016 at 11:02 AM, Ben Prentice <benprentice28 at gmail.com>
>>> There is an adult catbird at159 Tenth Street with a broken/injured with.
>>> I have called Audubon and they referred me to Wildlife Rescue but they are
>>> closed. Does anyone want to help this bird and know what to do. Feel free
>>> to call/text me at 508-542-4648.
>>> Thank you!
>>> Ben Prentice
>>> 11:00 AM Sunday
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