Wild-CER treated hundreds of birds from the destroyed heronary

July 28, 2015

 

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Dr. Baviskar treating the injured birds

In a heart rendering incident, villagers at Daheli in Chandrapur district, Maharashtra cut down 9 tamarind trees due to foul smelling of the droppings of the birds. Hundreds of nests of cattle egret, little egret, Intermediate egrets, open billed stork and little cormorants were destroyed in this incident. Homeless young birds of these species were seen moving here

and there frantically, when Range Forest officer of Ballarpur and volunteers of Eco-pro organization reached on the spot.

They immediately called Dr. Bahar Baviskar, wildlife Veterinarian & Founder Director of Wild-CER for the help. Wild-CER rescue team with its veterinary experts reached on the spot. By this time,

Shri. Bandu Dhotre, Honorary Wildlife Warden, Chandrapur and Range Forest Officer of http://www.cialisgeneriquefr24.com/cialis-acheter/ Ballarpur, had rescued achat sildenafil mylan prezzo hundreds of birds from the heronary and brought them to Karva nursery for the treatment. In all, 152 birds were treated by Dr. Baviskar, Dr. Khobragade and the volunteers of Wild-CER and Eco Pro. Hundreds of birds were taken away in the bags by villagers and may be sold for eating purpose later, informed Shri. Dhotre.

Summary of the rescue and rehabilitation mission of the birds from Heronary

Total birds affected = 1500 approximately

Total birds died 521

Total birds treated = 152

Total survived birds = 112

Success rate = 73%

 

Treatment:

Total 152 birds were brought to nursery for treatment of which forty nine were cialis 60 mg young one (age less than one week)

Wing fracture treated = 18 birds

Leg fracture cases = 14 birds

 

Mortality:

Total mortality = 531

170 birds were found dead on the spot at the time get levitra free nhs of rescue and they mostly included youngone.

240 birds died on the first day by the time all other birds were rescued

81 birds died on the second day.

40 birds died on the third day.