Soul of The Wild
Inner Atlas, Robert Sherwood 2018.
Hossein, a 13-year-old boy, is from Beris, Chaabahar, Balouchestan, which although it is a free-zone area and is located next to the harbor, has very oppressed residents. Despite the fact that they live near the sea, they lack healthy drinking water. The largest proportion of suburban residents who live in poverty are located here in this city. Beris harbor is an oppressed region in Chaabahar. The natives in Beris are the oldest residents of Chaabahar. The people of Beris live in hardship, poverty, and famine. However, after seeing their farms dried up and their livestock lost, which has led to their unemployment, most of the residents of Zabol, especially farmers and livestock breeders, have decided to move to the tourist city of Chaabahar, which suffers from a lack of water. Many of them have turned to driving.
Bob walks through the hallway, past the bathroom, back to his room. During rehabilitation, DVM Odette Doest found out that Bob had been habituated by humans and therefore could not be reintroduced back into the wild. So now he spends his time at her house, where he shares a room with his other avian rescue friends.