This is an addendum to my last post … about Glaucous-winged Gull chicks growing up on city rooftops.
Wildlife Emergency Services posted this video of two gull chick rescues — where the young gulls found themselves inside an office building after traveling by way of an air conditioning duct.
Wildlife Emergency Services provided me and Hugh with our first wildlife field rescue training. They’re an amazing wildlife organization, and they are unusual in that they actually do field rescues. Many wildlife hospitals don’t have the resources to send people out on emergency wildlife calls, and rely instead on good samaritans transporting their found animals to the facility. If you want to read more about the work they do, they write about their rescues in the WES blog.
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