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RE: blue heron fiasco

Hum Vera.. don't mess with the heron. Those suckers can reach a heck of a
lot farther than you think..... and they ain't no whoss's...might look thin
and fragile standing there, but they are NOT!


> Don't know about Indiana but around here my local PD calls me!  We
> have alot of conservation type people also that will come in.  Mostly
> I have had to help with owls!  Only one water foul till the game
> warden picked him up!  Didn't anyone have a ladder?  I know they are a
> pesky bird but I would think someone could have done something!
> How inhumane is that!
> Vera

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