Three new, spacious and comfortable enclosures for birds appeared in the Centre for Wild, Exotic and Domestic Animals Rescue “Feldman Ecopark Good Home”. These enclosures are designed for those rescued pets of the Good Home that owing to the received serious injuries or any other reasons cannot return to the nature. They will get appropriate care in new enclosures.
“Our information and advice helpline rather often receive calls relating to birds. Our specialists explain to people the ways of rendering assistance to these birds. Sometimes, you just need not to touch them – for example, fledglings – the nestlings learning to fly, sometimes – to help to get out of traps or to feed. In especially complicated cases, when single consultation isn’t enough, our specialists take injured birds, treat, rehabilitate them and return to the nature. For example, those birds that lost a wing and won’t be able to fly any more, remain with us. They will celebrate a housewarming in new enclosures” — the head of the Centre for Wild, Exotic and Domestic Animals Rescue “Feldman Ecopark Good Home” Iryna Podvoiska told.
According to her, patients of the Good Home birds of the most different species – from ordinary city birds, daws, crows, magpies, to significantly less frequently met hawks and kestrels. Quite often people ask to assist the waterfowl got into trouble – swans, ducks. The Swan lake Feldman Ecopark is a safe place for them.
It should be reminded that Feldman Ecopark Good Home was established in 2010. In 2013, it became an all-Ukrainian service that renders assistance not only to pets, but also to wild and exotic animals. In October 2017, Good Home launched the all-Ukrainian information and advice helpline to solve animal issues. Besides, since the opening of the Feldman Ecopark Good Home, its workers and volunteers rescued more than 6,000 wild animals and have already found owners to nearly 22,000 pets.