Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc

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Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc
Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc is listed in the Environmental Conservation & Ecological Organizations category in Jacksonville, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 72.

Contact information for Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc is:
12084 Houston Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32226
(904) 251-2473

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Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc has an overall ZapScore of 72. This means that Bird Emergency Aid & Kare Sanctuary Inc has a higher ZapScore than 72% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Jacksonville, Florida is 34 and in the Environmental Conservation & Ecological Organizations category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore.

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B.E.A.K.S. shared their album.
I got a call for a Bald Eagle down from the Trail Ridge Landfill on June 6th. The two employees protected the eagle as I drove over. I found him covered with ants and not moving so wrapped him and rushed him back to BEAKS. There was no time to spare. I washed him and gave him IV fluids in BEAKS' emergency room. Once he was stable I took him to Dr. Davis at Hidden Hills Animal Hospital where Vet Tech Anita Bryant assisted. When he was examined we found that he had a broken right leg that had healed, BBs in his left leg and chest, he was blind in his left eye, and he was suffering from poisoning. At this I named him Invincible. We could not see how he was alive! We did not know whether the poisoning was botulism or organic phosphates so we treated for both and infection and pain. I took Invincible back to BEAKS and stayed by him night and day, tube feeding him for the first week. On the seventh day he opened his eyes and drank water. In the two months that it has taken him to recover I found that his feisty personality is the reason he is still with us. He wants to live. He was released to the flight cage to regain his strength. He is now airborne again! His future looks bright. I will share video of Invincible in flight with you soon.

I apologize for missing some of your messages you all may have left for me concerning an injured bird, I have not been able to keep up with all of them and respond... it's baby bird season so we're very busy!!! Please call me for any concerns about hurt wildlife and I will get back to you as soon as possible (904)251-2473. If you are able to you can drop birds off at hidden hills animal hospital in Jacksonville or take them to beaks on Big Talbot island and they will be taken care of. Thank you for your consideration!

I'm sorry some of you are struggling to contact me, it's baby bird season so we are very busy! Please keep trying to call me at 1(904)251-2473 and I will contact you as soon as possible! You can also drop the bird off at 12084 Houston Ave at Beaks on Big Talbot island anytime or at Hidden Hills Animal Hospital in Jacksonville from 7:30 to 6:00 during the week. Thankyou for your cooperation, Happy Earth Day!!!

Please do not post any questions or concerns about injured birds to my page I do not have time to go through Facebook answering all of them, please call me at 1(904)251-2473 instead so I can help you better.

B.E.A.K.S. shared CNN's photo.
CNN posted this article about the bald eagle we have named "Matthew". It is quite a story! Matthew is with us and doing well. We appreciate it so much when you like, comment, and share our good news. Thanks for your support!
This bald eagle was rescued from a car grille in what may have been the oddest 911 call in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew http://cnn.it/2dCk9us