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Advice for baby egrets

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#1 PattyG



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Posted 21 June 2011 - 01:54 PM

I awoke to a newborn baby egret on my front porch. By the time I could get to the phone to call animal control, there was another one. To my horror, animal control wouldnt do anything to help me because I live out of city limits and they dont handle wildlife. Arent egrets a protected species?

Shortly after 14:00pm I saw another baby egret in my yard. I called a local veterinarian who said he could help me TOMORROW but all he could tell me was to blend some dog food and feed the babies through a syringe. Im so afraid the littlest one is going to die if I dont get help soon. Anyone know who I can call to come get these beautiful animals? I have 3 now. I cant nurse them because I myself have health problems; infact, Im kind of scared to be touching them without gloved hands.

By the way, I am in North Central Texas.

#2 creeker



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Posted 21 June 2011 - 05:59 PM

Check out this link. It should help. Click on your state then county.


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