Animal Rescue League

@ARLBostonRescue

Rescue Dispatch # 1-617-426-9170 *NOT 24/7* Rescue is our middle name. Rescuing domestic animals and wildlife that are sick, injured or otherwise distressed.

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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.

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Making last minute adjustments to the sunken net in Braintree, before we try to herd the cormorant over it.

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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.

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We tried herding it out of an open gate at the end of the pond, but it was always able to get by us.

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As can be seen the pond was large enough that the cormorant could still swim and dive and stay away from us.

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Cormorant with an injured wing sunning itself in a large pond in Braintree, before our rescue.

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Injured hawk from Woburn, that was not flying, is given an exam to look for possible injuries.

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This is the injured barred owl that was picked up from Hanover on Monday and taken to .

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Here is a picture of us in action rescuing the coyote in Billerica.

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Cuddles not looking too happy after being "rescued" from behind the desk drawer. The drawers have been taped shut.

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A close by rescue! "Cuddles " an upstairs office foster at the ARL, got "trapped" behind a large desk drawer.

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Everytime the goose came closer, more gulls swooped in. It was just like the movie the Birds! Happy Halloween!

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Attempted to get close to this injured goose in Hingham. It was interested in the food and was coming closer.

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Several attempts to get the goose to go under the net failed. We had to capture it the old fashioned way, by hand.

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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

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As promised, photos from yesterdays goose rescue in Natick. This was the goose on arrival. It could still fly.

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As can be seen, we finished just in time, as it was starting to get dark out.. Snowball is in the bag.

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After a lengthy rescue process, we were able to get the rescuer and snowball both safely back on the ground.

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The cat turned out to be our old friend snowball, who we had rescued from a nearby tree on a hot Sunday in June.

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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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