This fledgling Osprey came to us with head trauma after likely being hit by a car.
Date Admitted: 8.28.17
Date Released: 9.3.17
Location Found: Wilson, WY
Update: During…Read more
This fledgling Swainson's Hawk was found in Victor, Idaho. We determined that it was thin, has feather issues, and has a heavy parasite load. The bird was also caked in mud.
Date Admitted: 8.7.17
Location Found: Victor,…Read more
This fledgling, male American Kestrel came to us after a well-meaning individual removed him from his nest territory.
Date Admitted: 7.17.17
Location Found: Idaho Falls, ID
Update: We found an active nest…Read more
These three young American Kestrels fell or jumped out of their nest. They were all covered in caked mud, bird droppings, and fur (from their food). Kestrel 7.16.17 is a male and was rescued 3 days before his two sisters.
Date Admitted: 7.16.17 and 7.19.17
This hatchling American Kestrel was found on the ground. Its parents were not seen following hours of observation, so it eventually made its way to us. It has been extremely eager to eat and shows no signs of injury.
Date Admitted: 7.8.17
This female Swainson's Hawk was found unable to fly. X-rays did not reveal any physical injuries, but a blood test did show evidence of lead in her blood. She also has a small laceration on her chest. With some fluids, food, and rest, we are hopeful that she will soon return to the wild!
This young Osprey came to us from Roberts, Idaho after getting tangled in baling twine in his/her nest. Xrays did not reveal any obvious bone injuries, though the bird's left leg may be hyperextended.
Date Admitted: 8.6.17
This young Swainson's Hawk was found in Lewisville, Idaho. Upon arriving at Teton Raptor Center, we found evidence of internal injuries most likely caused by a collision
Date Admitted: 8.7.17
Location Found: Lewisville,…Read more
This female Great Horned Owl was rescued in Tetonia, Idaho unable to fly. After a routine physical exam, we determined that she had no major injuries. Bruising on her left leg and her proximity to a road when rescued indicates that she was hit by a car. She is likely sore and tired, and we…Read more
This male Northern Harrier was found unable to fly on a golf course in Driggs, Idaho. Upon further investigation at our clinic, we determined that he had sustained an ulna fracture in his left wing. We are unsure exactly how he got his injury, but it is likely he was hit by a car.