Birds tell us a lot about changes to the environment, they are easy to see, and by protecting them we are looking after the environment as a whole.
But they themselves are readily affected by physical and chemical impacts on their ecosystems, whether these are caused by natural or man-made influences.
Our organization receives almost over 50 to 60 cases per day of birds (adults and babies both) on an average, that are sick, injured, abandoned,captive and neglected.
Varied treatments are undertaken based on their ailments and suffering.Different cases are treated as per their age, size ,weight and symptoms.
Once the process of recovery starts, which too differs as per their age and symptoms and many other factors, they are being kept in different sections , depending on the time taken for their recovery.
Once they are in their final phase of recovery, they are conditioned to adjust into their natural environment , whereby the smaller birds, like sparrow , sunbirds , or mynah need to be raised among adults to give them a feeling of their parents from whom they got separated.
Whereas the bigger birds are raised in the environment that facilitates their rehabilitation in a new location or may be the same location (peacocks, kites, shikra, ibis, etc.)
Finally the fully recovered and nicely raised birds are released, relocated and rehabilitated in their natural environment by us.
Our organization definitely needs funding for such a large number of bird cases that it receives for the noble cause of “saving environment by saving the birds”.
Kindly help us to achieve our work of balancing the ecosystem by saving these beautiful and splendid species through generous donations by you so that we continue to hear these species singing and see them living in happiness and safety in their habitat.
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