PENDLETON, Ore. – Blue Mountain Wildlife in Pendleton is in want of some assist after one in all its giant inexperienced homes collapsed from carrying an excessive amount of snow.
Final week, the chook sanctuary was hit laborious with over a foot of snow.
The load of the snow was an excessive amount of to deal with for the scavenger chook pen, inflicting the roof of the pen to break down.
Proprietor and Operator of the sanctuary, Lynn Tompkins, says the crew was shocked to see the destruction on Monday morning.
“That is the primary time ever we misplaced a pen due to the snow, I’m hoping it is going to be lower than ten thousand complete, trigger we have to change the lumber,” stated Tompkins.
Thankfully no birds had been damage, however the pen must be utterly rebuilt earlier than it may be used once more.
To boost funds for the venture, a drive by means of chook feed giveaway is being deliberate for March.
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