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Eight in well these pelicans are normally water birds but for the past several weeks they have been living here in the desert.
-- Reagor as a medic at the liberty wildlife rehabilitation foundation off Scott's feeling -- -- says pelicans come to the valley every monsoon.
These birds flew in with a storm this summer.
When -- pelicans are fairly young.
And then monsoon storms are coming in the winds are blowing they kind of just get swept up in some.
Wind that had opened here.
The pelicans found here in Arizona are usually younger birds that are not savvy enough or mature enough to dodge the strong monsoon winds once here in the desert.
They land hoping to find water.
They're tired and usually -- emaciated and dehydrated and some kind person finds them calls as we go rescue them and bring them.
At the rehabilitation center folks like reader -- the birds actually healthy state tonight she feeds a red tailed hawk and this pelican is recovering from a wing injury.
Now all of the birds are strong enough to go home.
You just gotta look out -- I mean they're amazing and the kind of docking when they're on the ground to see him in the air in their beautiful and.
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