[CT Birds] Snowy Owls rehab
sophiezyla at snet.net
Wed Dec 4 21:23:00 EST 2013
This week I saw a headline about 2,000 poisoned mice being air dropped in Guam in order to kill the snakes. So why can't we do something to help the owls?
From: Arthur Shippee <ashippee at snet.net>
To: "ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org" <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 8:55 PM
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] Snowy Owls rehab
A friend in Texas, after I put the recent reports on Facebook, volunteered to send us squirrels.
But, is it worth trying to get some food out in some way? Trapping some rats? Although others may object to this.
I know about cycles, and all, but a hand to some certainly helps offset some of the other damage caused otherwise.
> On Dec 4, 2013, at 8:11 PM, Katherine Kuckens <katkuckens at gmail.com> wrote:
> Please pardon my naivete, but what can we do to help the snowy owls? We
> know that they are weakened and starving; that's why they are here, so far
> from home. Obviously we can't stand on the beach and toss rodents at the
> snowys all winter. The article about a snowy being taken to a raptor rehab
> location where it was found to be so emaciated and dehydrated that it may
> not survive makes me want to rush out and capture as many as we can and get
> them to a wildlife rehab center!
> Katherine Kuckens
> CK3LI Coach
> Windham Center School
> k <egilmore at windham.k12.ct.us>atkuckens at gmail.com
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