[birding] OSU donation option for roadkilled mammals & birds in
joel.geier at peak.org
Sun Jun 23 15:43:29 PDT 2013
This helpful posting from Bill Gerth on the Midvalley Nature list was
supposed to go to this list too, but I accidentally deleted it along
with a bunch of spam that accumulated while I was away on
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From: b_gerth at comcast.net
To: joel geier <joel.geier at peak.org>
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Subject: Re: [MidValleyNature:2142] Mink casualty -- any use for
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 19:51:36 +0000 (UTC)
Hi Joel and everyone,
I work over in the OSU Fisheries and Wildlife Department. I was talking
with my co-workers and found out that we could use any roadkilled
mammals or birds that are in reasonable shape. They would be used for
classes here at OSU.
For mammals you'd like to donate, please contact Jessica Castillo
(jessica.castillo at oregonstate.edu).
For birds, please contact Bruce Dugger (bruce.dugger at oregonstate.edu).
Thanks for thinking of that Joel!
From: "Joel Geier" <joel.geier at peak.org>
To: "Mid-Valley Nature" <mid-valley-nature at googlegroups.com>
Cc: "MidValley Birds" <birding at midvalleybirding.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2013 8:53:23 AM
Subject: [MidValleyNature:2142] Mink casualty -- any use for specimen?
I got a note this morning from someone who accidentally ran over a mink
this morning (a female, apparently lactating so this person feels doubly
bad about it).
Does anyone know of a research/educational institution or such with the
proper permits that would be able to get some use out of a specimen?
Camp Adair area north of Corvallis
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