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Weird NewsDrunk Man Uses Uber to Send Injured Baby Bird to Wildlife Rescue Center

12:41  11 july  2019
12:41  11 july  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

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A wildlife rescue in northern Utah is commending a man who found a creative way to rescue an abandoned baby bird while out drinking with About an hour later the bird arrived at the center by itself in an Uber . Staff later learned that the man had called the car as he was too intoxicated to drive.

In June, an injured baby bird arrived alone at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Utah. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our. It indicates the ability to send an email. A stylized letter F. Tim Crowley, the rescuer , told Fox 13 the bird became injured when it fell from a tree.

Drunk Man Uses Uber to Send Injured Baby Bird to Wildlife Rescue Center © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah said it received a call last week from a man who'd “had too many” drinks but wanted to save a baby bird.

A drunk Utah man discovered an injured baby bird and decided to hail an Uber to get it to a wildlife treatment center.

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah said it received a call last week from a man who'd “had too many” drinks. But he'd found a baby lesser goldfinch struggling on the ground and wanted to save it.

So, as the man was too drunk to drive, he heroically called an Uber to save the bird, according to The Associated Press.

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OGDEN, Utah (AP/Gray News) — A wildlife rescue in northern Utah is giving props to a man who found a creative way to rescue an abandoned baby bird while out drinking with friends. Staff at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah (WRCNU)

Intoxicated Utah Man Calls an Uber to Rescue Injured Baby Bird He is Too Drunk to Help. Send Text Message. Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah. As it turns out, they hadn’t called the Uber for themselves, but for an injured baby lesser goldfinch that they found struggling on the ground.

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah posted the story on Facebook along with images of the bird, whom they've nicknamed “Petey.”

“NO, seriously, this little orphaned Lesser Goldfinch was the sole occupant of an Uber vehicle for a ride to WRCNU yesterday,” the post read. “While we feel we've seen it all and can't be amazed by anything, there is always SOMEONE out there to prove us wrong. Thank you to the rescuer who helped this little one get the care it needed in a timely manner and thank you for keeping yourself safe and others on the road safe as well!”

The center’s director Dalyn Marthaler told the AP that the bird was thin and dehydrated but they expect it to make a full recovery.

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