We may be looking for someone flying to Montreal from Halifax, Debert or Moncton who would be willing to transport some Chimney Swifts that we have at our center. These birds are an endangered species and the ones we have will probably not be ready to go when the ones here on the east coast migrate south. There is a rehab center in Montreal willing to take them. If you know of anyone who does that route or is willing to help let me know. Not sure when, we have to stabilize the birds first. Might be a week or a few days.
Best regards, --- "
One of the reasons I love being a member of PEIFA is that I get to read the world's most unique emails... here's one you don't see everyday; this was forwarded by our our president:
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