You read the title of this post correctly.
Robert Blair of The Raptor Trust informed mocosocoBirds a short time ago that on August 1, 2018: “a bird was left in our admit office that was found on Lorraine Ave. at the Route 24 overpass in Madison (Morris County). The bird turned out to be a Cory’s Shearwater. The bird was found on the side of the road and survived the night. It was transferred to Toms River Avian Care for further rehab and hopefully release.”
Amazing! And one more reason (not that any more are needed) to help support The Raptor Trust.
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