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Great Horned Owl 2.21.20

Great Horned Owl 2.21.20

Thanks to our amazing Raptor Rescue Network volunteers, this owl was able to receive transportation from Idaho Fish and Game to our clinic in Wilson, WY. Upon admit, a relatively new mid-line fracture…

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Great Horned Owl 2.9.20

Great Horned Owl 2.9.20

This small male Great Horned Owl was found unable to fly in Dubois, WY. Thanks to our partners at Wyoming Game and Fish, we were able to quickly get the bird admitted! X-rays showed no fractures, however the bird was holding its left wing low. A full exam also found an old injury to the right iris…

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Turkey Vulture 5.2.19

Turkey Vulture 5.2.19

This mature Turkey Vulture was found after it crash landed on a woman's home south of the town of Jackson. Luckily our research team was in the area, and they went out on the rescue! This patient had multiple wounds throughout its body that were infected and was very thin. She also was…

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Great Horned Owl 2.17.20

Great Horned Owl 2.17.20

This female Great Horned was brought to us from Evanston, WY by a local veterinarian technician. She was found near the road, therefore her injuries are presumed to be the results of a car strike. Upon evaluation, the bird was diagnosed with and treated for trauma to the head and the…

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Bald Eagle 12.7.19

Bald Eagle 12.7.19

This mature Bald Eagle was found by Wyoming Game and Fish near a deer carcass, unable to fly or stand. Once admitted, the bird's blood was tested and had a lead level of 33.0 ug/dl. Besides the lead toxin, the bird had no other real injuries! The bird immediately started a round of chelation…

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Golden Eagle 11.22.19

Golden Eagle 11.22.19

Thanks to the efforts of our Raptor Rescue Network agency partners Wyoming Game and Fish and a local veterinarian clinic, this adult female Golden Eagle was able to be quickly and efficiently transferred to TRC…

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Long-eared Owl 7.30.19

Long-eared Owl 7.30.19

Our first Long-eared Owl admitted in 2019 was found on the side of the road unable to fly. TRC staff were able to retrieve the bird and upon admit a fracture in the left humerus was found. A wing and body wrap have stabilized the fracture and surgery is not necessary due to the nice…

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