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PIease Read Before Rehabilitating or Rescuing a Wild Bird in Georgia
    Wild Bird rescue work in Georgia can be rewarding if this work matches your IifestyIe. Birds in the wild can be accidentally harmed through the intervention of well-meaning people attempting to rescue them. Baby birds and fledglings, especially, may appear vulnerable, injured, or abandoned by their mothers, when in fact they are going through the normal process of learning to fly and leaving the nest. Fledglings with feathers should most often be observed and left alone for a couple of hours if not in any obvious danger. Baby birds that have fallen on the ground should be returned to their nests. However, if a wild bird is genuinely injured, it will receive the best care from a professional Wildlife Rehabilitator. Injured birds should be carefully placed in a box with soft fabric and holes punched in the lid to be transported to a local Wildlife Rehabilitator.

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lnteresting Wild Bird Trivia Low-Cost Georgia Spay & Neuter Clinics
    The idea that a baby bird which has been touched by a human will be rejected by its mother is a myth. Male cardinals know about two dozen different songs used in the process of mating with female cardinals. Ostrich eggs are the largest in the world, larger even than some dinosaur eggs, and are tough enough to support weights over 300 pounds. Wild turkeys can run between 25 and 55 miles per hour and are one of the most difficult animals to hunt.

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Georgia Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

DeKalb County - Decatur, GA 30035
DeKalb County Humane Society 770-593-1155

Forsyth County - Cumming, Georgia 30040
Coal Mountain Animal Hospital 770-888-6757

Forsyth County - Cumming 30041
PetVet of Cumming 770-887-1565

Cobb County - Marietta, Georgia 30060
Humane Society of Cobb County 770-428-9882

Cobb County - Marietta, Georgia 30064
Cat Care Hospital 770-424-6369

Cobb County - Marietta, GA 30067
SANTA - Spay and Neuter Team of Atlanta 678-354-7200

Dekalb County - Stone Mountain 30087
Loving Touch Animal Center 770-498-5956

Dekalb County - Stone Mountain, GA 30087
SpayGeorgia 770-662-4479

Carroll County - Carrollton 30112
Carroll County Humane Society 770-830-2763

Paulding County - Dallas, Georgia 30132
Paulding Humane Society 770-448-6806

Paulding County - Dallas, GA 30132
Paulding County Animal Control 770-445-1511

Cherokee County - Woodstock, GA 30188
Cherokee County Humane Society 770-928-5115

Cherokee County - Woodstock, Georgia 30189
Townlake Animal Hospital 770-591-9500

Rockdale County - Conyers, GA 30207
Conyers-Rockdale Humane Society 770-922-4618

DeKalb/Fulton County - Atlanta 30318
Atlanta Humane Society 404-875-6420

Dekalb/Fulton County - Atlanta, Georgia 30333
No More Homeless Pets 404-292-8800

DeKalb County - Atlanta 30360
Project Catsnip 770-455-7077

Coweta County - Carnesville 30521
Humane Society of North Georgia 706-282-9528

Clarke County - Athens, Georgia 30608
Pet Assistance & Welfare Society 706-310-0663

Madison/Oglethorpe County - Danielsville, Georgia 30633
Madison-Oglethorpe Animal Shelter 706-795-2868

Richmond County - Augusta 30904
CSRA Life Saver 706-373-8348

Atlanta Counties - Atlanta 31145
Project Catsnip - Mobile Clinic 770-448-6806

Chatham County - Savannah, Georgia 31410
Savannah Animal Welfare and Rescue 912-920-8605

Dougherty County - Albany, GA 31705
Albany Pet Partners 229-432-0717

If you find any of the above spay/neuter information is incorrect,
or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
call Rescue Me! at 1-800-800-2099 with this information.
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