I think a Juvenile Flycatcher flew into my glass sliding door...

by Courtney Hargrave
(Carbondale, CO)

Hi Susan,


I am located in the middle of Carbondale and Redstone, and about 10 minutes ago I heard a loud thump that sounded like a bird had hit our glass sliding door. Sure enough, I went out there and scooped it up because it looked like it might have broken one of it's wings and my parents little dogs were right there too very interested in attacking it. Anyway, I am not sure if you know who I can contact on top of Division of Wild Life and Wildlife Rehab Center? I would be completely willing to keep the bird as I used to own parakeets before. I am just concerned about the age of the bird, and I want a vet or some type of bird Doctor if you will to check him/her out. I will try to get a photo of the bird.

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Oct 17, 2013
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by: Susan

Poor little fellow! Your bird may be alright once he gets his wind back. If not a Wildlife Rehab Centre is a good place to take him, if you have one in your area.

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