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After some coaxing we were able to get the cormorant over the net and pull it up. We then let the kayak in.
Making last minute adjustments to the sunken net in Braintree, before we try to herd the cormorant over it.
Since the easy ways didn't work, we had to get more inventive. We put a 30' x 30' foot net at one end of the pond.
We tried herding it out of an open gate at the end of the pond, but it was always able to get by us.
As can be seen the pond was large enough that the cormorant could still swim and dive and stay away from us.
Cormorant with an injured wing sunning itself in a large pond in Braintree, before our rescue.
Injured hawk from Woburn, that was not flying, is given an exam to look for possible injuries.
This is the injured barred owl that was picked up from Hanover on Monday and taken to @tuftsvet.
Here is a picture of us in action rescuing the coyote in Billerica.
Cuddles not looking too happy after being "rescued" from behind the desk drawer. The drawers have been taped shut.
A close by rescue! "Cuddles " an upstairs office foster at the ARL, got "trapped" behind a large desk drawer.
Everytime the goose came closer, more gulls swooped in. It was just like the movie the Birds! Happy Halloween!
Attempted to get close to this injured goose in Hingham. It was interested in the food and was coming closer.
Several attempts to get the goose to go under the net failed. We had to capture it the old fashioned way, by hand.
The goose had a severally injured leg, but could still fly. We set up a bow net and tried to get the goose into it
As promised, photos from yesterdays goose rescue in Natick. This was the goose on arrival. It could still fly.
As can be seen, we finished just in time, as it was starting to get dark out.. Snowball is in the bag.
After a lengthy rescue process, we were able to get the rescuer and snowball both safely back on the ground.
The cat turned out to be our old friend snowball, who we had rescued from a nearby tree on a hot Sunday in June.
The original call was for a stray cat on the roof in Hyde Park. After a while we did find the owner.
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