Pigeons often get hair, thread and plastic around their feet. This tends to cut off blood circulation to their toes or feet which then might get infected or slowly fall off. This leads to them not being able to perch and are therefore forced to stay on the ground, which can only mean one thing...death.
Birds can become trapped behind netting. This can happen behind netting in tube stations, under railway bridges or on buildings all around us. If you see birds trapped behind netting, please check if there are any gaps in the netting for the birds to escape, if there are dead birds within the netting and if the birds seem distressed.
Always look under bridges for netting in case birds are trapped.
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Trapped in Netting
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