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The Importance of 24-Hour Wildlife Rescue and How It Relates to Quail Farming

Howdy folks, Bob White here. Today, I want to chat about something a little different but still very much related to our quail farming - the importance of 24-hour wildlife rescue services. Now, you might be wondering, "Bob, what does a Wildlife Rescue Centre have to do with our quail?" Well, let me explain.

You see, wildlife rescue services, especially those that operate 24 hours, play a crucial role in our ecosystem. They're the folks who step in when a critter is in trouble, whether it's an injured deer or a baby bird that's lost its way. Now, as quail farmers, we're part of that ecosystem too. We might not be dealing with wild deer or lost birds, but we're still responsible for the well-being of our quail.

In fact, there's a lot we can learn from these Emergency Wildlife Rescue services. They're experts in animal care, and their knowledge can be invaluable when we're faced with a health issue in our flock that we're not sure how to handle. For instance, if we find an injured quail in our flock, we can take cues from how wildlife rescuers handle similar situations with wild birds.

Now, I'm not saying we should be calling up the RSPCA Wildlife Rescue every time a quail sneezes. But understanding how these organizations operate can help us better care for our birds and ensure they live happy, healthy lives.

One way we at Broome County Quail interact with our local Wildlife Rescue is by donating them our small and oversized quail eggs.

If you enjoyed this post, I'd love it if you could share your own experiences with wildlife rescue services. Have you ever had to call one? What was your experience like? Share your stories in the comments below!



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