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Comment by Barbara Ocskai on December 5, 2014 at 3:42pm

Likewise, I have a licensed local rehabber of winged ones.  Her tiny underfunded place is a blessing.  She has a resident barn owl that will never fly again who is charming and powerful medicine watching over the place and all who enter.  I've taken a grebe into her that had gotten tangled in carelessly discarded fishing line (grrrrr). It does take a special person to hold space in such a good way for our brethren. 

Comment by Steve H on December 5, 2014 at 3:06pm

:-) There's a lady here not far from me that is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. I've taken a number of little creatures to her for help. You can actually feel the healing energy when around her. I'm serious, it's just as noticeable a feeling as if you step from under a shade tree into the sun on a very hot day. It's that obvious. It just feels like ... I guess comfort is the closest word. I love her Spirit.

Comment by Barbara Ocskai on December 5, 2014 at 9:15am
I cannot imagine not holding the bird - regardless of outcome. And you're welcome!
Comment by Steve H on December 5, 2014 at 5:27am
Thanks for helping the little bird! :-)

        

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