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Landscaper needed help with baby Hummingbird

July 15 2017 at 1:25 PM
Tracy  (Login RideTheWindWildBirdRehabCenter)

Howdy....
I received a call from a gentleman Thursday July 13.
He left a message but I could not make out his name
( possibly Tom or Tony I am not sure )

He said he was a landscaper and rescued a baby Hummingbird from a cut down tree and needed some help.

He said he got my number from the Hummingbird Forum.
I have tried to call him back several times since Thursday but his phone is not set up to receive messages.

So......I can not return his call.

So if you see this Mr. Landscaper.... I would be more than happy to help you if you still need help.....please call me back happy.gifhappy.gif
Tracy...
(513) 797-7239

 
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Tracy
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Hummingbird rehabber

July 15 2017, 1:49 PM 

I forgot to say in my " landscaper post "....I am a state and federally licensed Hummingbird rehabber......so that is why I posted this again....

Tracy... happy.gif

Ride The Wind Wild Bird Rehab Center ( my organization )

 
 
 
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