I do wildlife rehab & release - mainly birds. I have a wild male pheasant which I was asked to help as he was lethargic & underweight. He has scissor beak. A couple of weeks later a wild female was brought to me as it had been clipped by a car. Both are now doing very well, but the male will continue to need his beak trimmed to allow him to eat. I am looking for somewhere to rehome them where they would either be kept in an enclosure or have a wing clipped to stop them flying away. If you are interested in helping this pair please get in touch. I know that they do not pair for life but thought that it would be nice for them to stay together if possible. Obviously it would be better if they had a large space & of course will be well looked after. Thank you.
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