I am new to this forum but I have kept worms before.
And I have a unique request.
I volunteer at a wild bird rehabilitation center in NJ The Raptor Trust and have been asked to create a worm farm for the incoming injured Amrican woodcocks, a species of bird that eats about 25 worms a day. The facility spends a lot of money buying bait worms.
I need to design easy access bins - stacks of them - so I can keep trays going, some to regenerate the depleted bins, others to use for feeding.
This will not produce the worms needed for the coming month.
So: do you have worms to spare for this bird season? If you're in NJ or eastern PA I can come out to pick up. If you're comfortable mailing them I'll pay for postage.
AND you will get the monument satisfaction of helping The Raptor Trust save injured wile birds!