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By Lauren Adams
This could be attributed to a lot of different factors. Certainly wild birds face many challenges in the wild that can affect their abilities to survive and increase their likelihood of becoming injured, found, and then brought into a rehab center. Things such as habitat loss, climate change and environmental pollution can all impact a bird’s ability to successfully hunt, forage, nest, breed, migrate, or perform any of their natural behaviors. VINS has also made a significant effort to spread the word about our Center for Wild Bird Rehabilitation in order to facilitate getting help to the wildlife in need around our region.
It is really difficult to say whether or not this increase is a singular spike, an anomaly year in the grand scheme, or whether it represents a trend. For now, I’ve put together some statistics and information about our patients in 2018 so that you can have a sense of what the year looked like behind our doors.
Top 10 species 2018
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