Post Release Songbird Study

A five year study, conducted in North Carolina observing the behavior and survival of various species of hand-reared and rehabilitated songbirds.
Cape Coral
Fort Myers, Pine Island
& Surrounding Areas
Coral Gables, Miami
& Southeast Florida


Over seven species of non-migratory songbirds were utilized for this study. Hand-reared or rehabilitated birds were released into the wild near homes and bird feeders where they could easily be observed.

The study was designed to represent species of varying ecology and habits. Species studied included robins, blue jays, wrens, bluebirds, mourning doves, woodpeckers and cardinals.

All birds were taken into the study in their hatch year at fledgling stage or younger and hand-reared within guidelines established for the study.

Area residents were encouraged to get involved and help locate (re-sight) and/or observe the songbirds released by the study.

Cape Coral, Fort Myers & Pine Island
Sanibel Island, Captiva, Boca Grande and
surrounding areas in Southwest Florida
Mobile Response #: 239-900-6411
1242 SW Pine Island Rd., Suite 310
Cape Coral, Florida 33991-2126
Coral Gables, Miami Beach & Hialeah
Miami Gardens, Key Biscayne, Kendall and
surrounding areas in Southeast Florida
Mobile Response #: 305-306-1207
Coral Gables and Southeast Florida
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