Jyden Kinnaird, on Monday the 12th of June 2017, organised to save a crow which was found in a devastated condition at Kincorth Academy. The bird was found unable to fly due to injury it had sustained after a suspected attack by seagull and magpie.
Mrs Mary Molloy gave guidance and instruction as to how the bird could be saved. Jyden, based on the instruction, researched from the internet for the phone number of SSPCA (Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). Jyden then made a phone call to SSPCA and narrated the injured bird incident to them. The SSPCA upon hearing from Jyden, gave him a number to call for the bird to be rescued.
After about 10 minutes of calling that phone number, SSPCA Officer came to finally rescue the crow. The Officer examined the bird and identified leg and head injuries. The Officer thanked Jyden for his assistance in rescuing the bird and advised that any time pupils and staff find animals in cruelty or distress, and unattended, they should call 03000 999 999 for an immediate rescue.
By Nurture Group, SfL Department.