Story from the Parksville Qualicum Beach News - story and photo by Mandy Moraes)
In 2018, a small fledgling raven was found on the ground and brought into the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre.
The on-site veterinarian, Dr. Malcolm MacAdie, soon assessed that the bird was blind and that he’d been abandoned by his parents and left to fend for himself. Though still able to make out shadows and movement, it was unlikely he could ever see well enough to survive on his own.
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