Recent Releases and Transfers

Boreal Owl 3.7.18

Boreal Owl 3.7.18

This Boreal Owl was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after surviving a dog attack. He had slight damage to his right wing but the wing was able to be reset and the bird started comfortably eating on his own almost immediately.

Date Admitted: 3-7-18

Location Found:

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Bald Eagle 1.17.18

Bald Eagle 1.17.18

This bird was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after being hit by a car and was found sitting on the side of the road. After doing some tests, it was determined that her blood lead level was very elevated. To treat a bird for lead toxicity they are started on medication that binds to the lead in the…

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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

Date Transferred: 12.5.17

Location…

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Northern Pygmy Owl 1.3.18

Northern Pygmy Owl 1.3.18

After flying into a window here in Jackson, WY this bird was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after suffering from some mild head trauma.

Date Admitted: 1.3.18

Date Released: 1.16.18

Location Found:

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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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Northern Saw-whet Owl 11.6.17

Northern Saw-whet Owl 11.6.17


Date Admitted:11.6.17

Location Found: Jackson, WY

Date Released: 11.29.17

This Northern Saw-Whet Owl was released back out into the wild after a quick three and a half weeks in rehab. The bird came in with some head…

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