This young bird was admitted to Teton Raptor Center due to a broken pelvis. This bird is currently undergoing laser therapy to help promote healing and growth but will need a good amount of cage rest and supportive care before he is ready for release.
Date Admitted: 8-6-18
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 is undergoing physical therapy to see if the wing can…Read more
This hawk was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after suffering from a fractured right coracoid and severe eye trauma to the right eye. The bird is currently on a course of eye drops to see if he can regain vision in his right eye and his wing is in a wrap in order to allow the bone to heal.
This young bird was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after suffering from body trauma possibly due to falling out of its nest. Staff have not been able to determine what exactly caused the trauma but the bird was found on the ground near the nest with parents nearby. Upon examination staff noticed…Read more
This bird was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after getting hit by a car. He sustained a fractured humerus, a fractured pelvis, had internal bleeding, and road rash on his skin.
Date Admitted: 10-1-17
Location Found: Green River, WY
This Great Horned Owl was admitted to Teton Raptor Center due to a broken leg. She was put through surgery to have her fracture pinned and is currently in the healing process.
Date Admitted: 5-20-2018
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This mature Bald Eagle was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after being found on the ground unable to fly. After doing a thorough exam, staff found an old fractured metacarpus bone in the left wing in addition to a large old wound near the right wrist. The bird is missing a lot of feathers and…Read more
This owl was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after being struck by a car. As a result the bird suffered a broken tibiotarsus bone. He was admitted for surgery within 24 hours so that the fracture could be pinned and is currently on a course of antibiotics, pain medication and fluids to speed…Read more
This hawk was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after a possible car strike. As a result, he broke his ulna in his right wing. His wing is in a wrap so that the fracture can be stabilized and can heal correctly. He is on a course of fluids, and anti-inflammatory pain medication to keep the bird…Read more