Rolling Pigeons

There’s only one lonely gray squirrel left to feed. All the other orphans have been released into the wild. Since there wasn’t a whole lot to do I took the opportunity to thoroughly cuddle with the little guy before he, too, is released. Then moved on to feed teeny tiny baby mice that hadn’t opened their eyes yet. Intensely cute. Also, we were brought a sick Rolling Pigeon. What’s a Rolling Pigeon, you ask? There are two types. Parlor Pigeons and Birmingham Rollers. These videos will explain

Birmingham Rollers:

Parlor Pigeons:

It’s a mad world, folks.

Visit Wildwoods’ website to learn more about wildlife rehabilitation.


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