Aug 17, 2011

Will justice be served? At least it's on the plate!




Photo courtesy Valley Wildlife Care
We received a call this week from Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, keeping us in the loop about an incident we helped bring attention to back in May. It was very welcomed news! Apparently there is still ongoing inquiry into the situation involving juveniles who reportedly stomped on a nest of house finches at Patrick Henry Middle School in Granada Hills. Here's the story from the Daily News. We will post updates as we can.

4 comments:

  1. Significant and independent counseling for the kids and family and a year of cleaning pelican cages .. maybe some sensitivity can occur; I know I see every for of wildlife with such a different perspective having worked next to them in rescues, rehab, and release.. The lady that saved the one is to be highly congratulated.. maybe she has a wildlife future ahead..

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  2. I would love to send something to that little girl. Do you have an idea of what would be appropriate? Such bravery really needs to be supported.

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  3. I would like to send something to that little girl. Do you have an idea of what would be appropriate? Such bravery must be acknowledged.

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  4. We are looking to recognize her towards the end of the year when we give our annual presentation in Los Angeles and at our fundraiser in San Francisco. She will be one of the recipients of our Wildlife Hero Purple Cape Award. If you would like to contact us directly, we'll be happy to help you with some ideas - rebecca@wildrescue.org

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