Friday, 17 June 2022

A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27

I saw birds hit my glass window several times. Many of them can fly away, but few not able to move and even dead.

I can do nothing for helping dead birds. Just feel very sad.



Image 1- A Juvenile Woodpecker can’t fly

Couple weeks ago, A juvenile woodpecker hit a glass window, and unfortunately couldn’t fly away.

I tried to call several numbers, but got nowhere

After thinking a while, then I called Veterinary school at my city, Baton Rouge, LA. The school then ask me to bring the bird to them in the afternoon.

I drop the bird off at 4.00 pm, and the veterinarian there to help the injured Juvenile Woodpecker.



Image 2- Flowers and grass in the garden

I was so thankful, because the bird could be saved, and I feel that I have blessing for the day.



Image 3- Flowers under trees, birds love this place

However, as I said that few birds are “not able to move and even dead.” As far as I remember they are including:

- humming bird
- cardinal
- warbler
- brown creeper

As many people said that birds hit the window glass because they see reflections of:

- vegetation or plants as potential of their foods resources.
- their own, and think that outsiders

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28 comments:

  1. It's a good thing you helped save the woodpecker cub.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  2. Bueno no se puede hacer nada tú lo has intentado que es lo importante. Un abrazo y feliz finde.

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      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
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      I saw birds hit my glass window several times. Many of them can fly away, but few not able to move and even dead.

      I can do nothing for helping dead birds. Just feel very sad.

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  3. I hope the woodpecker recovers. It's great that you tried and help the bird, you did the best you could do. Have a great weekend.

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      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
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      Image 1- A Juvenile Woodpecker can’t fly

      Couple weeks ago, A juvenile woodpecker hit a glass window, and unfortunately couldn’t fly away.

      I tried to call several numbers, but got nowhere

      After thinking a while, then I called Veterinary school at my city, Baton Rouge, LA. The school then ask me to bring the bird to them in the afternoon.

      I drop the bird off at 4.00 pm, and the veterinarian there to help the injured Juvenile Woodpecker.

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  4. Qué pena.
    Ayer vi la agonía de una gaviota... cayó del árbol casi a peso.

    Saludos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
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      Image 2- Flowers and grass in the garden

      I was so thankful, because the bird could be saved, and I feel that I have blessing for the day.

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  6. Que alegría me das, que haya podido volar de nuevo. Un abrazo.

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  7. Hello!! It's so good that you helped.

    Blessings!!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
      -
      Image 3- Flowers under trees, birds love this place

      However, as I said that few birds are “not able to move and even dead.” As far as I remember they are including:
      - humming bird
      - cardinal
      - warbler
      - brown creeper

      As many people said that birds hit the window glass because they see reflections of:
      - vegetation or plants as potential of their foods resources.
      - their own, and think that outsiders

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  8. Um bom gesto de sua parte.
    Beijinhos

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  9. Um bom gesto de sua parte.
    Beijinhos

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  10. It's sad, yes!
    We are civilization!: (
    ~~~~

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
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      I saw birds hit my glass window several times. Many of them can fly away, but few not able to move and even dead.

      I can do nothing for helping dead birds. Just feel very sad.

      Delete
  11. Hello,
    It was nice of you to help the woodpecker. I hope it can recover and fly again. Your flowers look beautiful. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your weekend.

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    1. hope so...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
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      Image 1- A Juvenile Woodpecker can’t fly

      Couple weeks ago, A juvenile woodpecker hit a glass window, and unfortunately couldn’t fly away.

      I tried to call several numbers, but got nowhere

      After thinking a while, then I called Veterinary school at my city, Baton Rouge, LA. The school then ask me to bring the bird to them in the afternoon.

      I drop the bird off at 4.00 pm, and the veterinarian there to help the injured Juvenile Woodpecker.

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  12. We have that problem with cardinals. Most of the time, they fly away after a few minutes though.

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    1. I see...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
      -
      Image 3- Flowers under trees, birds love this place

      However, as I said that few birds are “not able to move and even dead.” As far as I remember they are including:
      - humming bird
      - cardinal
      - warbler
      - brown creeper

      As many people said that birds hit the window glass because they see reflections of:
      - vegetation or plants as potential of their foods resources.
      - their own, and think that outsiders

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      - What are Health Benefit of Eating Mango? - Part 2 – Health Life 19
      - In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
      - Differences of Shale Oil, Crude Oil and Fracking – Science 12

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  13. Hello. I hope the woodpecker gets better.
    Have a nice day.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Juvenile Woodpecker Hit a Glass Window – Nature 27
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      I saw birds hit my glass window several times. Many of them can fly away, but few not able to move and even dead.

      I can do nothing for helping dead birds. Just feel very sad.

      Delete
  14. How helpless we are sometimes. Hope the woodpecker survives.

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  15. Hello,:=) It was a good thing you thought to take the baby Woodpecker to the vet, where it could be helped. I hope it fully recovers. When my grandchildren were youngsters. I had to put stickers of white paper on my patio windows to prevent my grandchildren from rushing head long into them, as it happened once, and my grandson got a whopping bruise on his forehead.
    Best regards.

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  16. Window screens will stop the carnage. And decals help; there are bird safety ones you can buy.

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