October 2, 2012
I wouldn't have dreamed of becoming a wildlife rehabilitator if it weren't for the WBF. It all started when I found a sick and injured pigeon hiding under a shish-kebab vendor. His feet were tangled in string and terribly deformed. I took the bird to the WBF and was deeply impressed by the care they gave him. They spent almost an hour to remove the string from his feet, took an X-ray, took his poop sample to check if there were any harmful bacteria, and then provided me with medicines to give him. All this for a bird some might call a “pest”! I became an instant fan of the WBF. Since then, I’ve taken many birds there and learned so much about rehabilitating wild animals from the wonderful staffs. Rita McMahon, who is the president of the WBF, especially has taught me a great deal and inspired me to become a wildlife rehabilitator. I’m sure there are many others who share my experience and my view of this extraordinary organization.
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