Hi,

I joined the list 2 years ago when my daughter began collage at IC. It is
great to compare what is happening in the Cayuga basin with western Mass. 

I have a question that I was hoping someone might be able to answer. The
other day a friend of mine brought me a Song Sparrow that there cat had
killed and covering its feet are light brown warty or fleshy growths.
Essentially creating a club like foot.  I included a photo however the
quality is not very good. Any ideas? 

Thanks,

 

Greg Ward

Great Barrington, MA.

gw...@wardsnursery.com

 


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