A rehabbed corvid’s caretaker wants to find its killer before it’s too late.
A little over a year ago, Madena Bennett got a text from the California Wildlife Center about a “white bird” that animal control had brought in. Bennett, a wildlife rehabber, expected the usual—a captive dove that had been released at a wedding or a religious event. Instead, she arrived to quite a surprise: a young albino Common Raven.
Albino ravens are some of the rarest birds in existence; the bird Bennett found at the CWC was believed to be one of just four albino ravens in the entire world. “These kind of creatures are more mythology than reality,” Bennett says.
Artikel lesen unter: Huizen Jennifer (2015): Rare Albino Raven Murdered. A rehabbed corvid’s caretaker wants to find its killer before it’s too late. Hg. v. Audubon. Internet. Online verfügbar unter http://www.audubon.org/news/rare-albino-raven-murdered, zuletzt geprüft am 23.10.2015.