[mou] what to do with a dead bird (Follow up)

birderguy birderguy at comcast.net
Thu Oct 11 19:18:27 EDT 2007

Are there any bird species that you don't accept?? Have enough already, etc.  

Andrew Longtin
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Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2007 3:24 PM
To: Ben Parke
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Subject: Re: [mou] what to do with a dead bird


The U of M will take them through the Bell Museum of Natural History. 
Document the date and location found, and put it in your freezer until you can get it to


On Oct 11 2007, Ben Parke wrote:

> I have a white-throated sparrow that became a casuality of my bird 
> feeder. Not sure what happened to it as I've never had a bird fly into 
> my dirty windows before and it does not appear to have been mauled by 
> a predator. What do you all usually do with "casualties"?
>  Thanks,
>  Ben - chaska
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