Cormie, a rescue cormorant only has eyes for her handler, Melisa Colvin, at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast in Astoria, Oregon. The Double-Crested Cormorant came to the center as a chick after a cab driver saw a bald eagle drop her in the top of a tree. The driver climbed the tree to rescue the young bird. Her injuries made her non-releasable, but she charmed her way into the hearts of the rehab team. Rather than euthanize her, which would normally be the case with a non-releasable bird, the center decided to raise her as an ambassador cormorant. She and Colvin work together daily and have become closely bonded.