Central Oregon Wildlife Rescue
There are many reasons why wild birds or wildlife need rescue and rehabilitation: weakness during migration, human interference, cat or dog attacks, window strikes, or illness or injury are just a few. Baby birds can fall out of nests, be ill enough for a parent to abandon it, or perhaps be born too late in the season and be abandoned by a parent needing to migrate (see "I found a baby bird page").
Habitat or Bird Consultation
We also offer consultation for property owners looking for ideas on how to exclude certain birds (or other animals) from their properties (like woodpeckers and geese).
Information on such issues as preventing window strikes by birds, what to do if you find a baby bird, and how to develop your yard as a wildlife safe zone, or create a landscape that will attract birds will be found in the blog.
Contact Us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 541-728-8208