Take the bird to Cornell Vet school wildlife clinic.
Phone 253-3060 for instructions.
Janet Swanson wildlife clinic.

Catch it by gently putting a medium sized towel over it & scooping it up in the 
towel, if you can.
Transfer to a small pet crate or a box you can close up to transport to Vet 
School. They Probably will want you to go to small animal clinic opposite large 
B-parking lot that is along side Rt. 366.

Clinic will assess injury to bird and decide if it can be saved.

Donna Scott
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On Sep 11, 2017, at 5:23 PM, marsha kardon 
<mfkar...@gmail.com<mailto:mfkar...@gmail.com>> wrote:

In a neighbor's yard there is a female cardinal who appears to have an injured 
leg.  It can fly but not perch or walk.  Is there someone who would care for 
this bird?  Marsha Kardon
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