The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on June 23, 1994 · 88
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 88

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-Vt 1V '£i eV X t f 'Sf‘ -ftj® -s V - 'jtrrf'raVi-iijiVi i ImWNHMW rf 12A THE HERALD THURSDAY JUNE ?3 1994 Tender care bringing neglected exotic birds back to strength 1 BIRDS FROM 1A iattan was expected to stay home “and care for the birds 1 Their birds were worth more than $500000 More than half died from starvation and dehydration The survivors lived by Idnnking puddles of rain water in 'their cages and cannibalizing the tdcad 2 :‘They’re settling down’ f Now they’re getting tender care “from volunteers like the members of Treasure Coast Exotic X Bird Club or the Life Awareness ‘animal rescue group i “They’re getting a good diet now and they're getting medication” said Bob Johnson of Life Awareness "They're settling down 7 “Their eyes are bright their feathers are smooth and they I look so much better than they did before” said Jill Hardin of the Treasure Coast group “They’re “Moses” Lall Mahaadih Lall not cowering in their cages” The birds will stay under the care of the county agency for the immediate future A judge will have to decide what becomes of the creatures Hardin and others are emphatic on one point: neither Lall nor Buerattan get the birds back even if police do find the pair alive and well "They don’t deserve to have them” said Debbie Dow of the Treasure Coast Club But Mahadih Lall Moses Lall's mother and Buerattan’s sister went to Animal Care and Control on Wednesday to see the birds She was in the exotic bird business in Guyana where she still lives Her attorney David George said the Lalls "are making arrangements for the birds” but he wouldn’t say when or where the birds might be taken “Her main concern right now is for her son and sister” George said doing well in their makeshift aviary behind the livestock pen at the Animal Care headquarters in West Palm Beach They cock their heads and look at visitors with eyes agleam with curiosity They peck at grapes and other fruit or indulge in seeds at their feet The birds’ behavior is a contrast to the dull starving stupor most were in last week State game officers first on the scene saw several birds give up and fall dead from their perches Keeping the survivors alive is a labor of love for the volunteers “This was such a bad situation” said Brian Ayala who dropped off a load ol feed Wednesday from Avian Specialties in Fort Lauderdale "Anybody would want to help them after hearing about this” Two men sought Investigators are also looking for two men who stayed with Lall Daljeet Gobin and Felix Eyoum The men were Lall’s friends and may have done business with them The green-winged and golden macaws plus a vivid assortment of other valuable and colorful birds taken from the Lalls are Dad convicted of rape could get child EMILY FROM 1A lund's objections “We cannot help but think that a little candor from this interme-‘ diary might have prevented some ’of what occurred” the court wrote But Danciu said Wednesday that she told the Welshes every-( thing “At the time of the adoption ! Mr Bjorklund had avoided our ’process servers and did not appear” Danciu said - The adoption was granted on Sept 8 1992 and Bjorklund sued to have it overturned On Oct 16 Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Gary Vonhof ruled in Bjorklund’s favor and said he ‘Emily ’s walking and talking and laughing and nobody seems to care what she feels She ’s being treated as a piece of property ’ LEE ANN MANCINI spokeswoman for the Welshes had been denied his rights as a father The Welshes asked for another hearing on a legal technicality and Vonhof granted one last year Most of the evidence pre sented was the same the DCA said except this time Vonhof heard that in 1977 Bjorklund was convicted of raping a woman at gunpoint in Minnesota Bjorklund argued the conviction was 16 years old his debt had been paid — he-served five years of a 10-year sentence for sexual battery — and his life changed But Vonhof reversed his earlier decision and ruled that Bjorklund had abandoned Emily The DCA said Wednesday however that the rape conviction should not have been considered in deciding whether he w'as given adequate opportunity to stop the adoption The appellate ordered the lower court to void the adoption leaving the issue of custody unresolved Have brunch with Tropic our award winning magazine it’s all about South Florida personalities and places with some of the best writing and photography around Fine Designer Fashions For women Famous once a year summer give away 50mOFf&P SALE STAR TODAY One Week Only Due to Ike magnitude of tkts sale-we musl refrain from mentioning designer names f- wvitwv( RTALlAffi 'A P y’'r' V Ail Maior Credit Cards Accepted 1033 Kane Concourse (96th St) Bay Harbor Islands 866-1700 Open Monday thru Saturday 10-6 Near Bal Harbour Shops Additional parking in the rear Call For Directions LAURA ASHLEY SUMMER SAXE SAVE UP TO 50 on Women s and Children is Clothing Accessories and Home Furnishings SAVE 50 on Select Fabrics Omuuil price seieU men hainhw The talk Miami Ihe Galleria at hn Ictuderdaie the shop at bid NarhuM F-Y U orth Memte Palm Heath Shop at Home! 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