(ran SS edition of METRO & STATE)
The Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary in Indian Shores has cared for more than 3,000 baby birds in the past couple of years. With that many birds, the center relies on volunteers to feed them and is looking for people willing to help. One volunteer, Lillian Kenney, says that most of the time, "The baby birds can just be put back in the nest, and they'll be fine." But well-meaning people bring them in, and the sanctuary cares for them. The sanctuary is overwhelmed about this time every year. To volunteer, call the sanctuary at 391-6211.