Ullernaasen Terraced Housing, Olso, Norway, 1964
(Anne Tinne Friis and Mogens Friis)
You know how you can get a lovely card just like this one in the mail, delivered straight to your house? Making a donation to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Associates of Rhode Island! You are probably asking yourself just how can you do that? Well, you can click on this little link right here: http://www.riwildliferehab.org/donation.html
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, 1965
I was finally able to drop off Niki at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Association of Rhode Island today, which is such a relief for both of us, surely. I am sad that I can no longer watch over her and make sure she is okay every second of the day, but I am much more happy that she is getting expert medical care. I eagerly await them calling me to let me know that she is ready to be re-released!
Went outside with the bird, but she can’t quite get her right wing working so she can’t fly yet. I have to wait until tomorrow to get in touch with a local wildlife rehabilitation center. For now she is just relaxing comfortably in a little home I made for her out of some newspaper. I’m just happy that she is grateful enough for what I have done for her to not die and break my heart.
Found this fine feathered friend outside off to the side of the street. Our first inclination that something wasn’t quite right was that it didn’t move at all as we drove by. I went over and gave it a pet, hoping to stir it in a fashion similar to this guy and his owl. It was breathing, but it didn’t react to my touch until I picked it up to place in a cardboard box nest I lovingly prepared (pictured). I called the local wildlife department and a veterinary clinic and everyone told me that there is nothing they can do over the weekend, and to call back Monday. So… it looks like I may have a friend staying over for the weekend.
Gadelius Residence, Lidingo, Sweden, 1961
Science Center, St. Vincent Archabbey and College, Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 1960s