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RE: heron update

Any other comments from those who should have taken care of this situation?


> The newspaper columnist posted an update on the blue heron stuck in the
> cottonwood here.
> "...calls to animal control, the fire department, and the Dept of Natural
> Resources produced only claims that no one could do anything.  Neighbors
> did
> put the bird out of its misery with a blast from a shotgun, but it
> continued
> to hang from the tree for a week after that.
> "On Sunday, a resident found a friend with a 40 ft  extension ladder, and
> a
> young neighborhood resident with an extension tree trimmer cut off the
> limb
> that the bird hung from.  It turns out the bird had apparently been blown
> into the tree and one of its broken legs had wrapped itself around a limb.
> " Residents are glad it's down. but they aren't impressed that they had to
> do it themelves."
> Kitty

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