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The C.A.S.H. Courier

WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO...
CHICKENS ARE SOMETIMES WILDLIFE

Fortunately, Wildlife Watch was called by the Rockland County Health Department to capture about 30 chickens who were living outside of someone’s landscaped yard. A less humane fate was in store for them if we couldn’t. Sadly, the chickens weren’t wanted there and they were very cold. Thanks to Marilyn Leybra, Peter Muller, Joe Miele, and Celia Lindblom, the chickens were all rescued and taken to various permanent homes in Ulster County. All-in-all over 20 chickens were rescued and taken to safe homes.


Joe Miele at rescue of wild chickens. Joe is the best chicken catcher this side of the Rockies!

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