For the birds

14 Responses to For the birds

  1. A quick redesign required!

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  2. Adrienne Streeter says:

    Genius!

    Reminds me of the time a full grown Canada Goose got his head stuck in the chain link fence behind our church office. The office staff demanded that I was the best person to deal with the problem. Huh? Unknown to most, is a Canada Goose can smack you in the head with their “elbow” and knock you cold. So…I called the police. Soon about the cutest police office evah (thank you, God) showed up and together we managed to free the bird. And, thank you Post Falls police, too.

    Trying to post using Facecrap login since WP absolutely loathes me.

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  3. John Holton says:

    You know they’re just going to get stuck again tomorrow…

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  4. jenny_o says:

    Gah – that’s sad and horrifying – it’s probably an ongoing problem, too. I’m glad there’s someone trying to help, though.

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  5. Nat says:

    That is super kind of that person for helping those poor magpies. I wonder how they get stuck.

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  6. egorr says:

    My question is, WHY? Why do they do this? During the video, I saw one stick its head through and the person doing the rescue had to reach through and lift it from the other side. Why? WHY??

    Weird behavior.

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  7. Salvageable says:

    It should be possible to run a strip of something across the top of this fence to keep the birds from getting stuck. J.

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