| Nov 29, 2018
Rescuing Baby black Ibis and Egret
RESCUED BABY IBIS AND EGRET
Rescuing and Releasing Baby black Ibis and Egret:
These two little ones were brought in after the tree on which the parents were nesting was cut down.
No other babies could be rescued except for these two.
They were raised right here at our centre and then released into the aviary once they were old enough to feed on their own.
We had to show them to learn to fly and forage for food.
For proper training, we got them settled with the older egrets and ibis that we had.
Once incorporated into the mini flock with the other water birds, we released them all together at a local wetland.
It is always best to raise these kind of youngsters together rather than alone, so that they get less imprinted on their human caretakers.
Its easy to release them properly and faster for them to get in touch with their natural instincts.
We under our Awareness program spread this message to the local community that please do not cut trees as they are the habitat of thousands of species, especially the winged ones.
Besides rescuing, treating, follow up and release of animals and birds, we are also engaged in community compassionate programs to save our environment and other species around us by developing sensitvity and affection among population for other animals and birds.
Keep your helping hand on us to fulfill our mission of saving innocent lives by donating generously.
OUR AVIARY POND WHERE GROWN UP BABIES ARE KEPT
GROWN UP BIRD TO BE RELEASED IN WETLAND
GROWN UP BABY ENJOYING IN AVIARY SECTION
BIRD NOW READY TO BE RELEASED