There’s time left! The campaign to provide one of two brothers who almost singlehandedly care for the injured birds of Delhi, India, has been extended. There’s still time to help!

Here’s the campaign.


Do you love birds? Love the wild world? Do you have a fascination with snakes? Because Nadeem and Mohammad Saud also rescue cobras from snake charmers. They have compassion for all creatures, and need your help to keep up their wildlife rescue work. Nadeem has been given a scholarship by the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association, and is going on an educational tour of the raptor centers of our East Coast.

No donation is too small to help.

With thanks from the wildlife of Delhi….


 Photos courtesy of Showkat Shafi, Al Jazeera



Written by Suzie
Suzie Gilbert is a licensed wild bird rehabilitator whose shameful secret is that on one occasion (well … maybe more than one) she has received a little brown job, or a fledgling whatever, and has been completely unable to ID it. Luckily, she has birder friends who will rush to her aid, although she must then suffer their mockery. She runs Flyaway, Inc. out of her home, and has been caring for injured and orphaned wild birds for 20 years. Why go birding when you can just stroll through the house? Honestly, though, she is wildly envious of birders and their trips to exotic locales. She is the author of Flyaway, her bird-rehabbing memoir, and Hawk Hill, a children's book, and is the sole parent of two teenagers. Never a dull moment.