As the fall weather allows people to enjoy the outdoors, SRP hopes people will take notice when birds are either injured in or around SRP power facilities or if birds are using SRP equipment for nesting. Anyone who sees these events can call (602) 236-BIRD.
If you see a bird that is injured, do not touch it, SRP warns.
SRP has partnered with Liberty Wildlife, Arizona Game and Fish Department, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to provide this service. Earlier this fall, two red-tailed hawks were released after they were raised from eggs that had been found on SRP equipment.