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|Saturday 16th October 2004, 13:50||#1|
Join Date: May 2004
Location: Stockton-on-Tees, NE England
I think there is a salmonella outbreak going round in my garden :(. There is a collard dove which is looking very lethargic, usually it will fly off at the first sign of danger, but it let me get within 2 feet of it before it 'tried' to fly off but could only manage a jump. It is now amongst the bushes with its eyes shut and i fear the worst.
There is also a greenfinch with a wort like growth on its head, it is not looking lethargic but there is obviously something wrong.
I don't know what to do and i am starting to panic.
Any one got any thoughts or advice?
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