802.359.5000 | WILD BIRD REHAB: x510
We definitely have our share of wonderful moments here in the Wildlife Services Department at VINS. This was honestly one of the most heartwarming of those moments so far this spring.
A young tree swallow came into our care just four days ago after being found disoriented in the road in Weathersfield, VT. At first, she would not beg for food or eat on her own. We started to get a little bit worried. But within just a few days she started begging, eating and taking occasional field trips around the exam room here at VINS when we opened her box.
We decided the time had come to say goodbye.
It is so nice to see the connection between the work VINS is doing in wildlife rehabilitation and the work VINS is doing to manage the campus and surrounding landscape. Well done all around.
Thanks, Tree! And great post, Lauren!
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.