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Band-tailed Pigeon 10-2374 in ward cage 091610 KM This young bird was dropped off at the Woodinville Fire Department on September 12 by someone who must have thought he was in need of help. Upon finding the bird on their doorstep, the fire department transported him to PAWS. Although the pigeon had no injuries and seemed to be in good health, no information was left with the bird so it was not possible to attempt to reunite him with his parents. He will be raised at PAWS until he is mature enough to fend for himself.


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PAWS is an inspiration and I don't think there are many online sites dealing with birds. Trying to unite lost birds with its families is just so touching.

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