This hawk was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after being hit by a car in Idaho. As a result, this bird fractured its pelvis and was dealing with some mild head trauma. In order to treat a broken pelvis, lots of cage rest is needed. The head trauma was treated with anti-inflammatory pain medication…Read more
This hawk was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after colliding into a window. As a result, this bird suffered head trauma and is being treated with anti-inflammatory pain medicine and swelling and fluids to keep the hawk well hydrated.
Update: This hawk was successfully…Read more
This adult male osprey was admitted to Teton Raptor Center after being found entangled in fishing line along the Snake River. The bird was not only tangled in the fishing line but had 2 fish hooks stuck in his body. One hook pierced into his left leg and the second hook was protruding from…Read more
This Red-tailed Hawk was admitted to Teton Raptor Center due to a broken clavicle and a broken ulna after being hit by a car. The hawk was treated with pain medication and fluids along with plenty of cage rest so that the bones can heal correctly.
This bird healed from all of his…Read more
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 the bird collided into a window. He is a very young bird and hatched this spring so staff hope to be able to return him to the wild as soon as possible. He has some body trauma and bruising by the base of his tail but is undergoing laser therapy…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 after being found on a golf course with road rash and bruising all over her body. She was most likely hit by a car and is undergoing laser therapy treatment to help break up some of the bruising and promote healthy tissue and feather…Read more
This Great Horned Owl was admitted to Teton Raptor Center due to a broken leg. He 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 bird was admitted to Teton Raptor Center due to lead poisoning in his blood. He is currently undergoing a treatment called chelation which will remove heavy metals from the blood. Turkey vultures, being scavengers, likely digested something that was shot and killed with lead ammunition.…Read more