Suffering Sea Birds

I am at the drained wading pool at Los Baños on Cabrillo Blvd., where young sea birds appear to be dying a slow death of thirst and starvation. They have left their nests and are unable to escape from the fenced-in pool.

This is inhumane to let them die this way. What kind of people are we to ignore such cruelty?

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