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Summary Flyaway How A Wild Bird Rehabber Sought Adventure and Found Her Wings

Ly life upside down to pursue her unusual passion for rehabilitating wild birds Fans of Michae. If you are interested in the plight of birds in their danger filled world this is a well written informative sometimes sad sometimes funny memoir by a bird rehabber who juggles her job with raising two children The little part on George the crow is enough to make you see the value of one bird It left me with a huge amount of respect and admiration for wildlife rehabilitators and what they do Most of the birds who they help have been injured by humans intentionally or unintentionally and the book educates us on what to do and not to do to make their lives easier and longer Outdoor cats feral and domestic for instance are responsible for the deaths of billions of birds a year The book spurred me to get the name and number of close by wildlife rehabbers in case I see a bird or animal in distress and to order window decals for my sliding glass doors to prevent bird strikes If you can donate to wildlife organizations A very good book I thought

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Flyaway How A Wild Bird Rehabber Sought Adventure and Found Her Wings

In this captivating memoir Suzie Gilbert tells the rollicking story of how she turned her fami. Non FictionThis is a special gem of a read filled with the ups and downs laughs and heartbreak of animal rescue in this case wild birdsSuzie Gilbert is a wild bird rehabber taking in birds who are injured or orphaned Her passion for rehabbing birds grew to include her husband and two children and pretty much took over her entire life She had birds in dog crates birds in the bathroom birds outside in specially built rehab enclosures whatever it tookShe describes her life with the birds with such clarity that I feel like I can see the birds she is talking about Illustrations of many bird species appear throughout the book Suzie is an excellent story teller and writer I think anyone who loves animals or has ever fed a stray cat or taken in an animal in need of help or rescue will enjoy this bookSuzie tells of the joys the successes and the bird hijinks that made me laugh She also honestly deals with the burnout feelings of failure being overwhelmed by the desperate need and simply not being able to help all the birds that need help Suzie constantly deals with the guilt of taking too much time from her family life to devote to the birds I enjoyed her descriptions of her childrens enthusiasm and assistance with the birds over the years Suzie and her family are fun and lively I got a kick out of the names they chose for the birds in one set of two birds one was named Lo the other BeholdI loved her stories about the various bird species from small songbirds to birds of prey to crows herons grackles you name itBeing a back yard bird enthusiast myself this book really touched my heart Congrats and a big thank you to Suzie and all the rehabbers out there whose hard work is rewarded only by the sight of a healthy bird they have nursed back to health flying away

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L Pollan James Herriot and Elizabeth Marshal Thomas are sure to find much to cherish in Flyawa. This book tells the story of Gilbert becoming a home based bird rehabber and is filled with stories of her interactions with birds from great blue herons to crows to Cooper s hawks Most of her stories are uplifting and entertaining but some are heart rending both her successes and her failures are presented here I really enjoyed and appreciated this book and would recommend it to anyone who loves birds and dreams of living closer to them


10 thoughts on “Flyaway How A Wild Bird Rehabber Sought Adventure and Found Her Wings

  1. says:

    I think I read this book at exactly the right time I currently have a tiny seven inch long bearded dragon in my bedroom Since getting her on June 13th things have changed around here I get up at 6am whether I like it or not because that's when her lights come on and she wakes up climbs out of her hammock and starts looking around

  2. says:

    Suzie Gilbert is a crazy bird lady But she's a good kind of crazy The kind of crazy that makes the world a better place one small pr

  3. says:

    Non FictionThis is a special gem of a read filled with the ups and downs laughs and heartbreak of animal rescue in this case wild birdsSuzie Gi

  4. says:

    If you are interested in the plight of birds in their danger filled world this is a well written informative sometimes sad sometimes funny memoir by a bird rehabber who juggles her job with raising two children The little part on George the crow is enough to make you see the value of one bird It left me with a huge amou

  5. says:

    I read this for my bookclub Of course then I didn't go to the meetingbut that's another issue It's a book I would never read in a million years otherwise but it's an engaging lively account of life as a bird rehabb

  6. says:

    This is one of the best books I have read as an adult It touched my heart Having a fondness for all living creatures I decided to read a true story about a wildlife bird rehabilitator who happens to live in the Hudson Valley I really know nothing about wild birds and believed all the myths for example don't touc

  7. says:

    This book tells the story of Gilbert becoming a home based bird rehabber and is filled with stories of her interactions with birds from great blue herons to crows to Cooper's hawks Most of her stories are uplifting and entertaining but some are heart rending; both her successes and her failures are presented here I reall

  8. says:

    This is the story of Suzie Gilbert and her astounding love for wild birds From childhood Suzie has loved and cared for many wild creatures but has been attracted mainly to wild birds After working as a volunteer at an animal hospital near her home Suzie begins to come home with abused and unwanted birds that she happily adopts into her family Deciding that this is not enough she makes a decision to run a wild b

  9. says:

    Suzie Gilbert writes of her life as a bird rehabilitator While her stories are sometimes amusing they are often heartbreaking as she describes her work to save birds often injured due to interactions with humans T

  10. says:

    Very educationalBirds have always fascinated me but I can't even name most of the ones I see Reading about the rehabilitation of so many wild birds was interesting and educational I never knew of the existence of rehabilitators but I am happy they do