Dunno if you've seen Cornell's livecams, but there's good to relax to when the birbies are out and about, and they have a few cams so you can see birbs you wouldn't on a normal basis. Cornell Lab Bird Cams channel
I found this lil guy stuck in a tent flying wall to wall trying to get out. I opened the door nice and wide but he still wouldn't fly out so I snatched him up and put him outside. He stuck around for a little bit and I got to pet him on his little head before he flew off. I love animals.
Just had an acorn woodpecker come in to the clinic with some foot injuries. He's well enough to have an attitude so he'll be a short-term patient. I got to help hold him during intake, draw up some meds for him, and made a little enclosure. He's so pretty and soft.
We also have one of these dudes:
It's a common poorwill, which I *might* have seen in the wild before. They're nocturnal and eat insects, it's not unlikely to mistake one for a bat in the dark. Ours is very pretty and blends in almost perfectly to the log he's on.