GHOW 10.11.12 was brought in by one of our staff after a Parks Ranger called it in. The bird was found on the side of the road, wet, and unmotivated to fly away from humans. Upon admit, no major injuries were found, but the bird's demeanor was subdued and passive. After a couple nights…Read more
This Sharp Shinned Hawk is a local bird that was found in Teton Village after it collided with a window. The bird was examined, and found to have general body/head trauma as well as a fractured coracoid with a possibly luxated humerus. If the shoulder turns out to be dislocated, the…Read more
This mature Red Tailed Hawk came in from Afton, Wyoming thanks to the help of our staff and volunteers in the area. The hawk has general bruising and trauma, a laceration on the right hip, and is missing a couple of flight feathers on the right wing. The cause of injury is not confirmed,…Read more
This female Barn Owl came to us from Rock Springs, Wyoming after an undetermined collision.Upon admit, the owl's demeanor was quiet and depressed, but no injuries were found outside of ulcers on both eyes. The bird is being treated with fluids, oxygen and medicated eyedrops.
This mature Baldy came to us from Opal, Wyoming with severe soft tissue damage to the left elbow. The feathers and skin around this area were damaged, and the entirety of the joint exposed. Fortunately, this bird had no broken bones and had a healthy BCS. Sutures for the elbow were placed…Read more
This mature Swainson's Hawk was transferred to us by the finders after they found it in a field, unable to fly. The bird has no severe injuries, but does have fresh bruising and swelling on the left wrist. The bird will rest here for a bit, and soon as the trauma to the wrist subsides,…Read more
This young Bald Eagle was brought to us from Idaho after having been found grounded, and seemingly unable to fly. Upon admit, no major injuries were found, but the bird was extremely thin and dehydrated. With fluids and nutrition, we hope to get this young eagle back into wild soon.
This hawk came in for unknown causes, but was found out near Curtis Canyon, wet, and grounded. After admit, the bird was flown on our creance line and determined to be in good health.
Date Admitted: 8.5.20
This young Osprey came in from the Palisades after a collision with a power line. Minor electrocution was determined to be the source of swelling in the left metacarpals. The bird was treated with fluids, anti-inflammatories, and placed in a mew with two other young Osprey for company.
A displaced chick from a nest in Tetonia, this Kestrel came in with a bid of soft tissue damage and general body trauma. Without any broken bones, this bird's treatment is focused on cage rest and minimal human interaction. The soft tissue trauma healed rapidly, and the bird was moved…Read more