This Great Horned Owl was admitted after it was found in a neighborhood close to the highway, a probable victim of a car strike. It did not want to fly away and appeared to have head and left eye trauma. This bird spent several days in our Oxygen chamber to help with the head trauma…Read more
This Golden Eagle is Teton Raptor Center's first patient of 2019. He was admitted due to a suspected car or fence strike, afterwards he was found on the side of the road. This collision caused bruising on his wings, and a dislocated right elbow. While dislocations can be difficult to treat…Read more
This Rough-legged Hawk was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after what staff suspect to be the victim of a car strike. As a result, this bird suffers a great deal of head and eye trauma. The hawk is on a series of medicated eye drops, pain medications, and fluids to keep her comfortable.
This Golden Eagle was admitted to Teton Raptor Center due to lead poisoning. She had ingested meat from a carcass that was shot with lead ammunition and unfortunately the lead fragments from the bullet ended up in her body. Lead effects raptors very seriously and can completely debilitate them…Read more
This Red-tailed Hawk was admitted to Teton Raptor Center due to a broken radius and ulna in the right wing. The fracture was very old when the bird was found and brought in to the clinic so surgery was not an option for this bird. The bird underwent physical therapy to see if the wing can regain…Read more