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Great Horned Owl 8.13.17

Great Horned Owl 8.13.17

This Great Horned Owl was hit by a car near Freedom, Wyoming. Upon arriving at our clinic, we quickly determined that she had a fractured ulna, making it impossible for her to fly. We also noticed that two of her toes had old, previously healed fractures.

Date Admitted: 8.13.17

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Peregrine Falcon 8.5.17

Peregrine Falcon 8.5.17

This female Peregrine Falcon was found in Jackson, Wyoming unable to fly. The likely cause of her inability to fly was a high endoparasite load.

Date Admitted: 8.5.17

Location Found: Jackson, WY

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Red-tailed Hawk 8.3.17

Red-tailed Hawk 8.3.17

This bird came to us with a soft tissue injury on his right wrist and was unable to fly. The wound was cleaned and bandaged, and he is continuing to do well.

Date Admitted: 8.3.17

Location Found: Green River, WY

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Great Horned Owl 8.21.17

Great Horned Owl 8.21.17

This Great Horned Owl is recovering from head trauma and fractured wing tips after a collision with a car.

Date Admitted: 8.21.17

Location Found: Rock Springs, WY

Update: After some time in…

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Bald Eagle 8.18.17

Bald Eagle 8.18.17

This large, juvenile Bald Eagle came to us extremely lethargic. Teton Raptor Center staff initially suspected lead poisoning to be the culprit, but a blood-lead test yielded negative results. Surprisingly, she survived her first night in our oxygen chamber, and her health drastically improved…

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Swainson's Hawk 8.7.17 B

Swainson's Hawk 8.7.17 B

This mature Swainson's Hawk was found in Idaho and was unable to fly. Upon further investigation, TRC staff determined that he has lead toxicity. Fragments of lead were spotted in his GI tract during a routine X-ray, and our blood-lead analyzer confirmed the presence of lead in his system.…

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