Hi all- I am here with Melissa Groo. Who ever else comes down will need a net. 
The bird can fly short distances and there is the risk of it getting into the 
water

Bill Baker

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> On May 12, 2021, at 2:44 PM, Nancy Cusumano <nancycusuman...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> this is from the Mutual Aid Tompkins county FB page, is there anyone downtown 
> who could collect and transport him?
> 
> Any wildlife rescuers downtown? There is a male duck sitting in the grass 
> just off of the wood chip path at Titus Triangle Park. The duck’s back right 
> food is tangled in fishing line with a large weight attached to it. The duck’s
> location is roughly across the street from 413 S Titus.
> Cornell Wildlife Swanson Center has been called. Is anyone available to bring 
> the duck to them (covering the duck with a towel and putting it in a box). 
> FYI, its mate is hanging out in the grass a few feet away. There is someone 
> who can go back after 4:15 to help but, if someone is available sooner, 
> that’d be ideal since the duck seems pretty uncomfortable.
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