I just wanted to give a shout out to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah located in Ogden. I'm a student at Utah State University in Logan and after walking back from school, I found a magpie just outside my apartment building. I didn't know what was wrong with him but it was apparent that he couldn't fly away. I decided I couldn't just leave him there so I started calling local animal care centers and quickly found that no one in Logan would take him.
One answer I received was to "just let nature take its course." I can understand this line of thinking, but this little guy just looked so sad, so I was frustrated with my lack of options.
One friend had suggested the WRC so I called them up, explained my situation, and they told me to bring him in. I'd come this far so I figured a one-hour drive to Ogden was worth it. The staff there examined my bird, determined that he had some sort of eye infection and was dehydrated, admitted him, and only asked for whatever donation I could handle in return. They even gave me a reference number so I could check up on my bird for however long he was there. (So far, he's on antibiotics for his eye infection but is improving!)
I am so impressed with this center. Thanks again, WRC!