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Date:9/23/2014 9:52:46 PM
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Hi Bella
Well, we've seen all the rooms, and today I'm showing some of the animals that have come to us recently. They are in the treatment room, on their way to an enclosure where they can receive proper diets, or into the waterfowl area, where they can be treated before release. The first pic is a ruby throated hummingbird. We keep these little birds in the avian nursery until their release, since they are so petite. The second pic is a green heron, getting his exam. He was later moved to an indoor enclosure with a 'pond' in it, and released on the river. The third pic is of a grebe. These birds rarely leave the water, so we don't get too many of them at the center. Usually when we get them, they've landed on a wet parking lot or street, thinking it's water. They don't function too well on land, though, so they are rescued by kind hearted people and brought in to us. Usually, after examining them, they are up for release, as they've just lost their way and are not hurt. Did you ever see a grebe's feet? They are really cool, look like leaves of water plants! So, we are nearly done with this month long run. The only places mom didn't take pics was the outdoor waterfowl area and the turtle pen. Sorry, she wasn't thinking about them for a building tour. Usually when we do tours of the building, we show people the nurseries and the menagerie where the education animals are kept. I've given you a real 'behind the scenes' tour this month, though, so you got to see much more than most folks! Here's a vote and a hug, thanks for coming to vote for me! Willie
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