The first year, we took in 350 birds. The second, it was 500, the third, it was 600. Now this year, through October, we’ve taken in about 1,400 birds.
“Ninety-five percent of the birds [we] see are here for man-made reasons. Fish hooks in their beaks, dog and cat attacks, running into windows. We are hurting them, so I feel like we should be helping them. I’m trying to bridge the gap between the community and wildlife, so they can be educated.”