Indian bird rescue team saves sparrows, black kites and eagles from lethal kite-flying injuries

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The skies above India’s capital were home to some 250 bird species in 2020, according to the non-profit group Wildlife Rescue. Since 2010, the organisation has been rescuing and treating injured birds of prey in Delhi, including many which are harmed by human activity including rapid industrialisation, construction, shrinking wetlands and even pastimes such as kite-flying.

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