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Posted by Leigh on April 23, 2016 - 11:32 am

I'd like you to consider me as a suitable bird lover to foster a Raven

Having kept many birds over the years, including jackdaws, a little owl, sparrow hawk, and kestrels.

I'm currently bird less apart from the many wild ones that frequent my wonderful garden.

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Posted by Jamie Glendale on February 19, 2016 - 12:05 pm
I was worried about the endangered common raven but thanks to havens like this our feathered friends can smile and dance together. I am still worried but I am happy and that is the importance of life I think. I'm really stoned.
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Posted by Yu on December 07, 2015 - 01:57 pm
Hi there,

Hope all is well. I would really like to volunteer at your rescue center, however could not find your location.
I'm based in London myself but would be happy to drive to you and to carry our volunteering work.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes,

Posted by Karin Horsman on November 13, 2015 - 12:56 pm
I just wanted to say that what you are doin for all our feathered friends is amazing. I myself am a real bird lover of all birds I have a 9 month old budgie called pepi he is my pride and joy. If it is at all possible to foster one of your Ravens or even adopt how do I go about it? Many thanks karin x
Posted by Joy Pamo on October 13, 2015 - 03:55 pm
In September I started feeding 2 crows in my local park and now this morning visit is a daily routine I so look forward to. One of them, with a loud 'caw!' always let's me know of their presence if I should walk past the tree they are in. She (if feel it is a she - then flies down and the feeding commences. I often find her scrutinising me and watching me intently when I'm not looking, then we look deeply at each other It is a marvelous feeling. I love all creatures but this is the first strong, direct contact I've had with a totally wild creature. It's just wonderful!
Posted by Thomas Wall on September 03, 2015 - 08:03 pm
Hello, I posted as a question on your Facebook page a week or so back requesting to do some filming of the birds at raven haven, I got a keen response and left my email but heard no more. would it be possible to organise a day to come and film? Thomas
Posted by hanaa on July 09, 2015 - 02:04 pm
I thought I was weird for liking the raverns near my flats,
I'm on third floor and I feed the raverns theres two, they just hang around the tree outside my flat in south London they love a bit of bacon and salmon they do get spoilt, and they greet me wen I'm walking down the street near mine its strange but they truly a great birds
Posted by Esther Killen on July 01, 2015 - 11:29 pm
Just came across your page on a recommendation...we've spent the last few years giving forever homes to unwanted owls and trying (mostly in vain) to stop irresponsible pet ownership and educate the general public. We found your birds stories so emotional and we have so many of our own. Especially little JD, I'm in bits!?! Please keep doing what you're doing, you're making a huge difference. Thank you from a fellow bird lover xx
Posted by Beatrice Loi on June 09, 2015 - 04:35 pm
Posted by James Randle on March 26, 2015 - 01:16 pm
I dropped an injured pigeon off yesterday.
It was good to see the obvious first class care 'Pidg' was going to receive.

As other people have noted, the world needs more people like you guys. It was a pleasure to meet you.

Good luck Pidg!
Posted by zyk on January 27, 2015 - 03:39 am
raven are the real paradise bird.keep giving them good care,they need you.it would be really nice to see some of your ravens video at youtube
god bless you
Posted by Alex Jones on November 24, 2014 - 07:37 pm
I am happy to find this site. The former port of my town of Colchester has a raven for its symbol. I would love to see ravens return to Essex, especially to Colchester.
Posted by Melissa on November 11, 2014 - 12:13 pm
I love your site! I live up in the far NW of Scotland and there are lots of ravens here. They're so clever and funny to watch. My parents owned lots of birds which they kept in huge aviaries. My father died back in 2009 but my mum still has the birds along with 2 owls. I will say, however, that the ravens killing lambs story is real. You can watch them up here going in and ripping into the birthing mother's guts as she's pushing out the lamb, they'll leave her to die and then take the lamb. It's very distressing to watch and there are many farmers who feel they need to trap and kill the birds to protect their livelihood. I can understand how they feel but it's still not nice to think of these intelligent birds being killed for feeding thmeselves. Anyway, great site and thanks for sharing your wonderful stories.
Posted by wendy robertson on October 26, 2014 - 10:02 am
Im thrilled to have accidently found your site yest,(added to facebook too) i love Corvids and have befriended some crows who live nearby, one pair had 3 young not long ago but unfortunately only one now, i take them food if the weathers bad they are always glad to see me. The other pair come really close to myself and my dogs they trust us and i love to watch them and how clever they are i take them treats sometimes bacon is the favorite they caw when they are flying above me as if to say hello i always wave shouting Hi im sure ppl think im quite mad lol.
Posted by Les Wells on June 30, 2014 - 10:14 pm
I had the real pleasure of meeting Steve and two of his colleagues earlier this evening, having a tour around the rescue centre, and seeing all the wonderful birds they care for.

These guys are truly inspirational and Trevor, the injured pigeon, couldn't be in better hands.

Here's hoping that Trevor, and all the poorly birds, make full recoveries and can be released one day back to where they belong.

Thank you, Steve, for all that you all do, and sleep well in the knowledge that Tarquin's story will live forever in the generations of birds that your love and care has enabled.

Thank You.
Posted by Sarah on June 01, 2014 - 09:37 pm
Thank for coming and picking up the female blackbird that my cats had attacked and I love what u do have the love u have for all the birds u have help thank u again x
Posted by Emma on May 28, 2014 - 04:48 pm
A truly amazing lady...
We took a baby blackbird that had been injured by our cat on bank holiday Monday to raven haven. He is now doing well and when old enough will be released into the wild again.
I'm humbled by the effort that is taken here, all done for the love of wildlife. Amazing.
Posted by Helen on May 14, 2014 - 04:07 pm
Just wanted to say a huge thank you to Amy for coming to my house and rescuing the pigeon stuck up the chimney. You are a star! Great result too that bird all well and flew away.
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Posted by Christine Forman on March 16, 2014 - 04:49 pm
Hi Have been reading all about your Raven Haven and I admire the work you do with these beautiful birds. I have 2 captive bred male Ravens, Onyx and Goth. But my work is mostly involved with keeping and rescuing most species of parrots. We are Safehaven Parrot Refuge. I would like to keep in touch with you if you have the time. regards, Christine
Posted by Dawn on February 23, 2014 - 06:00 pm
Posted by Charlotte Martin on January 29, 2014 - 10:26 pm
Hi... I have recently watched the channel 4 programme 'The zoo next door' Which featured your Raven Haven charity. I wanted to say what a fantastic job you are doing, keep up the great work ;)
Posted by Eve Scarborough on January 29, 2014 - 09:18 pm
Hey there! I love what you're doing and I have so much respect for you guys and the work you're doing! I hope to go into animal psychology and research corvids and their intelligence one day, an I certainly intend to put in a lot of volunteer hours wherever I can, maybe I'll even end up at Raven Haven!

All my love,
Posted by Louise Smith on January 28, 2014 - 11:16 pm
Thank you very much for collecting and helping the injured Kingfisher. I would be very grateful to hear how the little chap gets on. I really hope he gets better and if he does would like to see if it's possible to release him here? We are on a lake and I sometimes see them flashing around in the summer. Happy to collect!

Have sent a little donation to help towards expenses.

Once again thanks for helping.

Posted by Tony Kavanagh on January 03, 2014 - 06:28 pm
Hi - just wanted to say thanks for taking in the injured woodpigeon this evening. It's reassuring to know there are people like you doing such great and compassionate work for no monetary reward.I was delighted to be able to make a donation towards the excellent work you do, and will donate again in the future. Thanks again!
Posted by Tony Kavanagh on January 03, 2014 - 06:24 pm
Hi - just wanted to say thanks for taking in the injured woodpigeon this evening. It's reassuring to know there are people like you doing such great and compassionate work for no monetary reward.I was delighted to be able to make a donation towards the excellent work you do, and will donate again in the future. Thanks again!
Posted by tracy on December 16, 2013 - 12:48 am
hi its tracy here, i hope reggie is happy in her new home i miss her so much and it is so quite here without her, it has left a big hole in my heart but i know she needs to be with her own kind,speak to you soon tracy,x
Posted by Kate Troy on December 11, 2013 - 04:45 am
What an endearing and fascinating story! Bless you for your caring and compassion for these wonderful creatures.

All the best to you and your extended family!
Posted by Heather on October 26, 2013 - 10:47 am
Hi Steve Bob and rest of Raven Haven, thank you so much for collecting the beautiful bird with broken wing, RSPCA wanted me to sit on street for 4 hours and I didn't have car. With allot of coaxing got him in my arms then with help of Ascot race staff found a box and now he been collected by you and has best chance. Hope to catch up soon and see how she (or he ) is getting on lovely little thing who seems to like someone speaking ot him her, clever little brird. Take care all Hev x
Posted by Louise Reeves on September 30, 2013 - 04:04 pm
Thank you to Raven Haven for once again coming to the rescue of another injured bird my cat decided to play with. You are quick to respond and always obliging. I know our feathered friends are in good hands with all you guys providing excellent care and attention. You do an amazing job. Donation sent :0) x x x
Posted by Kelly W on September 17, 2013 - 05:09 pm
I brought in an abandoned baby pigeon yesterday- and was so pleased with the kindness of everyone there, and ofcourse Steve for helping and giving such great advice! I have contacted other rescue centres/charities in the past, but none of them have been quite so concerned about the welfare of the birds as you all are, which I was very impressed with! I'm confident that the little creature is in safe hands, and I'm looking into applying as a volunteer in the future! :)
Thanks again,
Kelly W
Posted by Kate Buxey on September 02, 2013 - 08:46 pm
Dear Friends,
I am writing to thank you once again so much for coming to collect a pigeon from Wheat Lea, Oxford, last Sunday eve, the BH w/end. I planned to write sooner, my apologies, I have been ill. Phil very kindly came a long way to collect the pigeon, which we had managed to cut down from where s/he had got stuck in some thorny bushes on the quarry wall at my friends place. I live in London. I am writing to ask after this pigeon - we would all like to know, if possible, if he/she survived, and if so, how is he/she doing? My friend has 2 small children, and we were all part of trying to get the pigeon down, with a neighbor and a ladder, and so they would also like to know how he/she is. If possible, please do let us know, either way! Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. I also appreciate your amazing work, it's amazing. Respect! Thanks, Yours sincerely, Kate B Xx
Posted by Kate Buxey on September 02, 2013 - 08:44 pm
Dear Friends,
I am writing to thank you once again so much for coming to collect a pigeon from Wheat Lea, Oxford, last Sunday eve, the BH w/end. I planned to write sooner, my apologies, I have been ill. Phil very kindly came a long way to collect the pigeon, which we had managed to cut down from where s/he had got stuck in some thorny bushes on the quarry wall at my friends place. I live in London. I am writing to ask after this pigeon - we would all like to know, if possible, if he/she survived, and if so, how is he/she doing? My friend has 2 small children, and we were all part of trying to get the pigeon down, with a neighbor and a ladder, and so they would also like to know how he/she is. If possible, please do let us know, either way! Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. I also appreciate your amazing work, it's amazing. Respect! Thanks, Yours sincerely, Kate B Xx
Posted by Michelle Bunce on August 26, 2013 - 12:32 pm
Thank you Steve for taking in the injured pigeon found yesterday. Thank you Jack for taking the time to show me around.
Didn't catch all your names but the work you do is amazing!!!

Posted by Helen Collins on August 24, 2013 - 02:40 pm
To Steve and the team

Just a note to say thank you for taking in my fledgling Thrush last month, providing the care and time it needed to fully recover. It was heart-warming to hear, when I called you a few days later, that it was doing well, had made friends with the other Thrushes in the garden, and would soon be released.

It is such a worry that our wild bird numbers are in decline, and important to acknowledge the work and time you and the team dedicate to giving our wild birds that second chance of life in the wild, and in turn helping to reduce numbers declining further.

Thanks again.

Posted by lucia on August 23, 2013 - 04:12 pm
Posted by Annmarie on August 20, 2013 - 05:12 pm
I'm in awe. Aimee has just left our home for the second time today except this time she left having hauled a dazed wood pigeon out of the chimney. He hadn't escaped earlier today as we thought; he'd made his way further UP the chimney which left Aimee feeling around for him, blind and with both hands up a very sooty chimney. I watched later as Aimee cleaned his nose, eyes and throat with some cotton buds, fed him up with cat food and helped him to some water before finally encouraging him to head home...I could never have provided anything like that level of care. Thank you so much for making the double trip and without complaint. He's a lucky pigeon!
Posted by Annmarie on August 20, 2013 - 02:07 pm
Huge thank you to Raven Haven who were very pro-active with my 'pigeon trapped in the chimney' dilemma this morning. In particular to Aimee, who arrived minutes after the little Houdini made his own escape. I've made a donation which I hope will at least cover the cost of your journey.
Best wishes to all staff and birds.
Posted by Kim on August 18, 2013 - 10:59 am
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Posted by Stuart on August 14, 2013 - 01:31 pm
Thanks so much for taking in the tiny collared dove I brought in last week. You were the only person able to offer immediate help - others offered feeding advice but we knew he was getting cold and that we couldn't keep him warm enough to survive, which you confirmed when you popped him into the very warm incubator. You are doing a great job and we are very happy to have found you when we needed help swiftly. We hope he is doing well - and thanks again
Posted by willy on July 09, 2013 - 07:09 pm
Dear Sir, Madam, click here http://www.stophetzwanendriften.nl/english.php and sign the petition to help the Dutch swans?
And tell your friend about this evil!? Some foreign organizations’ did already! See here http://www.stanley-park-swans.com/index.html and on the petition ans also Dorothy Beeson BEM The Swan Sanctuary, Shepperton, UK Founder of the charity too. We do hope you will sign too and thank you very very much, also for your work for the Raven. Willy
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Posted by Tess on May 24, 2013 - 10:59 pm
Hi Steve,

Thanks so much for your calm phone advice the other day.Orville, the Birmingham magpie chick who fell out of a tree, is thriving on Go Cat, as you suggested. He is training us well in his care now :-) Best wishes to you all and thanks again.
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Posted by Chloe Strickland on April 06, 2013 - 09:44 am
We bought in a crow on Wednesday that had been injured by other crows! and have been before with a pigeon, we really appreciate what you do, and would not know what to do otherwise! We always seem to be coming across injured birds, so will probably come back soon anyhow!!

Thank you very much, we will make a donation too!

Posted by Colin Morris on April 04, 2013 - 12:41 pm
Sparrow hawk brought in yesterday 3April found by me and my dogs. How goes it. An old friend whose flying technique I thought reckless.
Posted by Net Ward on March 12, 2013 - 11:34 pm
I've just read the story of how you started with Tarquin all those years ago. Simply wow!
Posted by suzanne on March 08, 2013 - 10:23 am

I sent an email to the bird sanctury about an injured raven in my garden,i think it has a broken leg,im hoping someone will come and take it to look after it,any ideas please.

Kind Regards Suzanne
Posted by John on February 28, 2013 - 12:51 pm
Posted by Faith on February 23, 2013 - 08:04 pm
Pigeon Rescue site gave me your details. Wonderful stories! I am still reading and got as far as spooky goings on - reminds me of when a white dove came down the chimney the day my mother died. I looked after a jackdaw last year that had fallen in oil and got quite attached to him before he was freed. I hope you don't mind if I put a link to your site from my blog? I am sure my readers would be interested. I am currently looking after a pigeon that was wounded by a hawk, a dove with PMV and a young dove. I know how much work they are, I am amazed at what you do! Very best wishes to you and all your birds.
Posted by Emmi Miller on January 28, 2013 - 05:56 pm
Posted by Elaine Pippah Hall on December 12, 2012 - 03:48 pm
This is wonderful, I didn't know there was a place in the UK like this. I've always wanted a raven of my own, they are beautiful birds! Your story of how all this came about is amazing, and I am thoroughly jealous :)
Please please let me know if you ever have chicks in need of a home.
Posted by Sue Brassett on October 24, 2012 - 04:52 pm
Hi there, I just want to say a big thank you for coming out and collecting the baby Collered Dove we found in Aldershot Town Centre. I loved the time I spent looking after it and even gave him the nickname of Baby.
I will be trying to sweet talk my parents tomorrow, to come and visit and see all the amazing work you guys and girls do.
Hopefully see you all soon.
Posted by Christina on October 17, 2012 - 03:50 pm
I love reading the tales and updates of life at Raven Haven. I do occasional rescue (mostly bird) and fully realise the challenges you deal with every day- plus you offer sanctuary as well. We have a sole jackdaw staying with us who still cannot fly after four months. He was very ill and the fact he is still alive is amazing. Corvids are tough, intelligent birds and they deserve more respect than they get. Great work, Raven Haven!
Posted by Nick Shelley on September 24, 2012 - 03:32 pm
Posted by Jacqui on September 21, 2012 - 09:02 am
Thankyou so much for taking in the young pigeon (Billy) yesterday and hope that after antibiotics, rest and recouperation he'll be released back into the wild. Maybe one day we'll even see him sitting on our fence again ! I've made a donation to you today and hope that you're able to continue the fantastic work you do at this amazing sanctuary for many years to come. Thanks again.
Posted by maria rawling on September 14, 2012 - 05:16 pm
Dear Steve and Shelley, on behalf of my brother, Nick and I, we would like to thank you so much for taking in the pigeon last week. Thank you also for showing us around the wonderful wild bird santury you have set up.It was really out of this world! As promised, I have made a donation on line for your work and God bless you for your dedication!
Posted by Dick Bailey on September 10, 2012 - 12:12 pm
Hi Steve & Team,
Thanks for taking in the juvenile pidgeon I found in front of the Oxford Rd Reading Tesco last Wednesday. I was pleased to to hear to day that it is now doing well and feedinf it's self. Well donr for the work your doing.
Best wishes, Dick.
Posted by laura on August 29, 2012 - 12:49 am
Hi! Just found your website as I looked you up again, I met you a few mths ago you see, I contacted steve after my cat found a nest, there was one little survivor, you were with me within the hour to collect it - a baby robin you told me :) sadly tonight, it seems my predator cat has found another nest :( again, 2 died, 1 tiny survivor....it looks very newborn, eyes not yet open, perhaps a baby pigeon by looking at the pic on your site I just saw, yello feathers, long beak. Im trying to keep it warm tonight but not sure it'll survive the night. I hope the poor little mite does so you can collect it from me.

I think the work you do is commendable and I really admire it.
Hopefully, speak to you in morning
Laura x
Posted by Samantha Bennett on August 16, 2012 - 10:08 am
Hi Steve and Liz, thank you so much for taking in the abandoned baby pigeon from my work this week and showing me around all the other birds you have. I hope that the little one is now thriving with you guys and all the other pigeons you have. I think it's amazing what you do and admire greatly your care for all the birds that come in to Raven Haven. I'll surely be passing on your details to anyone else that has any injured / abandoned birds.
Posted by Nici on August 03, 2012 - 02:10 pm
Good luck to little Miracle and all the other foundlings you have taken in. I was in smiles and tears alternately whilst reading Tarquin's Tale and the story of your Rescue. I do believe that you and your family are compassionate and courageous people and representative of some of the highest qualities that people can possess. I will check out your FB page, and set up links to your site from Google+ as well as Twitter. You deserve all the help that you can get in helping out these amazing creatures. All the best from California!
Posted by Antonia Gray on July 28, 2012 - 07:40 pm
Hi Steve,
I just wanted to say thank you again for taking the time to go out and check on the duck with the wonky wing in Hurst yesterday. I'm sorry it turned out to be an unnecessary trip as the duck was ok, but I'm really glad to have my mind at ease about it - I would have worried for it every time I went past otherwise! So, thank you. And thanks for calling me back about it, and for looking after the blackbird we sent your way this week too! I've had a look at your website and blog, and am so impressed with the work you do and the lengths you go to to save and rehabilitate the birds. I've recommended you on my facebook, in case anyone in the area finds themselves in a situation like me yesterday, worried about a bird and not knowing who to call. Keep up the great work! We're lucky to have you nearby. Antonia
Posted by Tarquin on July 28, 2012 - 07:32 pm
I can see you
Posted by Caroline on July 20, 2012 - 02:29 pm
Thank you so much for taking in the 7 baby ducks that were abandoned by there mum. Its such a relief to know that they will get the best possible care from you all at Raven Haven.

Thanks again

Caroline - Broadmoor
Posted by Vickie Carn on July 13, 2012 - 05:26 pm
I just have to say that we really didnt know what to do with the small baby pigeon that was found in our vent at Bentalls today. It was such a relief to have found Raven's Haven online and so local to us too. We were all very relieved that the bird was handed over to a safe place and to such a helpful team. Thank you again. Vickie :)
Posted by dave seldon on July 08, 2012 - 12:22 pm
what a great bunch of people doing a fantastic job,on helping and looking after our wild birds.unlike the rspca these guys are not dictated by health and safety or just put animals to sleep because they need that little extra care and attention..these guys are the real deal and rescue birds that need help.they deserve our support for the work and dedication they put in to the rehabilitaion of our wild birds,and the care for life of birds who may never fly again,they all have a home here. hats off to you and keep doing what you are doing,thank you for being there.
Posted by Lana on July 03, 2012 - 01:11 pm
Posted by Marian Jackson on June 12, 2012 - 12:19 pm
Thank you so much for taking in the baby sparrow very late last night, amazing to see you literally breath life into him, although very sad that he didn't make it through the night.
It is wonderful work that you do and we look forward to coming back to see the other birds.
I will make another donation soon, I can imagine it is very costly keeping the little birds warm and feeding all your patients.
Thanks again, Marian.
Posted by Monica on July 03, 2012 - 02:41 pm
Posted by Louise on May 01, 2012 - 02:45 pm
I just wanted to thank you so much for taking in the baby sparrow I brought to you today. I know the little fellow is in such good caring hands and if anyone can get him back on the road to recovery you and your amazing team can. You guys are truly fantastic, you should all be very proud of yourselves. Thank you for the tour too, a donation is on it's way and I will tell everyone I know about Raven Haven, your work and dedication is invaluable. Thank you again :0)
Posted by Dave & Dave on April 28, 2012 - 06:36 pm
Many thanks for the tour today, Steve, it was a joy to meet some of the birds, and the work that you do is genuinely extraordinary. (Write that book, it'll brilliant!)

Very many best wishes, Dave
Posted by AMY LUCA on April 26, 2012 - 07:09 pm
Posted by Viv Taylor on March 22, 2012 - 03:48 pm
Thank you so much for taking in Barry the Partridge yesterday (that's what my fiance named him haha) I feel really lucky to have stumbled across you guys online, as I couldn't find anyone else to help. It was really great to be shown around by Steve, and to hear some of his stories. What you guys are doing there is amazing, and the bond that Steve has with all the birds is so strong, its heart warming. I hope Barry makes a full recovery, I know he is in excellent hands : )
Posted by Christine on March 08, 2012 - 07:37 pm
I read about Tarquin on the BBC news site and I really do hope he has his op and gets better very soon. As a funny coincidence, I'm currently reading Charles Dickens' "Barnaby Rudge" which features a talking raven called Grip! I couldn't help thinking it was fate which led me to Tarquin's story and so I decided to make a donation for him from me (and Grip!).
Posted by Rhiannon and Lucy on February 20, 2012 - 11:58 pm
Hi there Steve, this is Rhiannon from Aberystwyth, I spoke to you this evening regarding our injured rook! There's some lovely stories on this site, it's so nice to see professional people that genuinely care and treat each bird as an individual. I just wish there were more organisations like yours, as I've found there seems to be a lack of such places in Wales.
We will ring you tomorrow regarding our rook.
Rhiannon and Lucy
Posted by Lesley & Col on December 19, 2011 - 09:44 am
Thanks again for showing us around the haven the other weekend, it was so wonderful to be able to get up close with your amazing birds :)

I hope Tarquin is fighting fit once again

Best Regards
Posted by Mrs Penney Croft on November 15, 2011 - 05:57 pm
Hi Steve
it was a real pleasure meeting you today, I have just finished reading Tarquins story what an amazing one it is to.
You really do do a wonderful job, we can't wait to come and see your Birds.
Hope the collar dove makes a full recovery I know he is in good hands.

Kind Regards

Penney Croft
Burley Orchard Chertsey.
Posted by KARL JOHN WILLIAMS on November 11, 2011 - 09:00 pm
wot a beautiful and a very emotional story,you are a credit to all animal lovers,WELL DONE!,I am presently nursing LENORE,a beautiful raven with a fractured right wing,my local vet didnt seemed to interested in helping him except giving advice :BEST PUT HIM OUT OF HIS MISERY!no way,i will find a way,he is comfortable and seems happy sitting on a stone sculpture in my barn/workshop,[ps im sculptor]cleaning himself,eating very well[like a horse]the wing cant be pinned ,dont know wot to do really
Posted by Mandie on November 27, 2011 - 01:58 pm
I just want to acknowledge the enormous and fantastic work you do every day. I am very happy to participate in it. Mandie

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