Avian Rehabilitation

by Jivdaya Charitable Trust
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
Avian Rehabilitation
After treatment
After treatment

This Barn owl was rescued and brought to our hospital from Wildlife Care Centre, Ahmedabad. The owl was in such a sorry state for it had a metacarpal fracture with an open wound which leads to severe pain. The team of Jivdaya immediately treated the bird and properly fed it for its speedy recovery now the bird is under observation and recovery in the treatment room.

Regular care, timely feeding, regular dressing, antibiotics and pain killer helps the birds recovered well. Physiotherapy was regularly given to the wing manually. The bird is showing good sign of recovery

The beauty was kept in an aviary for flying practice after proper curatorial check up, the bird will released to the wild soon.

 

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Birds in our facility
Birds in our facility

We received many birds in the month of October suffering from various injuries like- Head injuries, soft tissue injuries, wing and bone fractures and some cases are there which had to be hand raised. They require long term care and a lot of physiotherapy before they are fit for release. Our vets and curatorial team has worked very hard to getting these birds back in normal condition. After of proper husbandry, high protein diet and physiotherapy, now the health condition of these birds are increasing considerably and we are looking forward to releasing them soon. Below is the summary of birds treated in our hospital;

 

Rose ringed parakeets : 25

Alexandrian  parakeets : 04

Black ibis : 10

Peafowl : 10

Asian koal : 07

Rock pigeon : 499

Black Indian kite : 19

Crow : 24

Common Myna : 11

Egret : 5

Dove : 13

 

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Peahen roosting
Peahen roosting

A peahen was attacked by some stray dogs and lost one of her chicks in the fight. The bird was under shock and stress due to the incident. Our rescuer received a call for the distressed bird and immediately brought her into ‘Jivdaya ‘where the expert team started diagnosing her injuries. During the physical examination our vets found out that she did not have any major injuries however she was under shock. Co incidentally that very day we have also rescued 3 orphan peachicks and our curator decided to house them with the peahen in an adjacent cage and after observing them for few hours those peachicks were shifted to the cage with the mother peahen. For the next few days our team monitored their behavior closely and fortunately the mother peahen started accepting the orphan chicks as a part of her family. After a week of observation, the mummy peahen and her 6 babies (3 brooded and 3 adopted) have been released back to their natural habitat.

 

 

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injured in right wing
injured in right wing

This injured bird was brought in with a wing injury in the right wing. After examination and X-ray, our Vet found that it was brought in very late after being kept at home for weeks which gave the injury time to heal wrongly and allowed the wing to nearly fuse. We have still tried with physiotherapy to exercise the wing and loosen the muscle. The thick-knee is now roaming free in the aviary recovering body and wing strength.


We request the public to please hand over such birds on time and allow us a chance to heal them properly and let them be released back to the wild. Please don't try self medicating and feeding wild birds at home. It will only end up being disastrous for the poor bird.

 

Thank you very much for always helping us by donating generously to carry on with our work and saving distressed innocent lives.

After recovery
After recovery
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injured budgerigar rescued and treated in jivdaya
injured budgerigar rescued and treated in jivdaya

Recently a group of people purchased over 200 budgies and liberated them in a public garden in the heart of Ahmedabad city. The ones that couldn't fly due to injuries or illness were then collected and sent to our Hospital. And as for the birds that were released, they became food for the local crows, kites and shikras in no time. None of the released birds survived. The remaining injured birds are under treatment in Jivdaya and recovering.

So instead of doing a good deed, that group ended up releasing these poor birds to their deaths, while paying the seller and encouraging the trade. PLEASE DON'T BUY AND RELEASE BIRDS/ANIMALS without a future plan. Budgies can be maintained in captivity, in small and large aviaries, but not in the Wild. Also it is ILLEGAL TO RELEASE EXOTIC SPECIES IN THE WILD, under the Indian Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.

 

Thank you donors for your trust in us!

We request you help Speechless animals and birds as much as possible.

injured budgerigars are recovering
injured budgerigars are recovering
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Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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Ahmedabad, gujarat India

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