Klamath Calamity - Urgent HELP Needed!


Richard and Ann Rusnak
 

In case you are interested in helping Malheur and Tule Lake deal with avian botulism outbreak.
Rich, Nampa

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In case you are interested in helping Malheur and Tule Lake deal with avian botulism outbreak.
Rich, Nampa

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Date: Tue, Aug 25, 2020 at 10:15 AM
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Klamath Calamity
Your Urgent Help Is Needed
Greetings Rich,
In the West, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is just one among many Refuges that support the needs of migratory and breeding birds throughout the Pacific Flyway. In our neighboring basin to the west, the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex is in trouble.

Tule Lake is at the heart of this complex and provides critical wetland habitat that waterfowl and shorebirds depend on. Here, Avian Botulism is spreading and is estimate to have already impacted over 30,000 birds. The Klamath Refuge Staff are being supported by the non-profit, Bird AllyX which has done the best they can to staff the on-site Duck Hospital.

Over 1,500 birds have now been admitted for rehabilitation in just over 1 month. In order to provide enough care to these birds, the Refuge and Bird AllyX have reached out and asked for our help.

To learn more, please watch the video or visit our Website.
The Friends of Malheur NWR will send Bird AllyX a grant of $4,000 to pay for 2 Duck Hospital Interns.
Please consider making a donation today to help fund this grant.

Thank you for helping us to help the birds of the Klamath Basin.

Janelle L Wicks
Executive Director
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge | malheurfriends.org 
36391 Sodhouse Lane
Princeton, OR 97721 
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