This approximately 2-3 month old male American Kestrel was admitted after it was seen flying through a window screen. Staff new the bird was a male due to his blue wings, while female kestrels have a rusty brown wing. The bird was unstable on its feet and unable to fly. X-rays showed…Read more
This juvenile Red-tailed Hawk, found unable to fly on a golf course, utilized our Raptor Rescue Network as it was originally looked at by Castle Rock Vet, a RRN partner, and transported by a RRN volunteer! Upon…Read more
This Swainson's Hawk was admitted after seen flying into a window and suffering from head trauma. Treatment includes time in the Oxygen chamber and fluids. This bird already is getting feistier and regaining its defensive behaviors.
Update: This bird had been…Read more
Spring is here and so is our first fledgling! This young Great Horned Owl was found in a dumpster; however it is quite healthy and very feisty. Since the information about this bird's original nest is unknown, we are on the search for a suitable foster nest with fledglings of similar…Read more
Our first Swainson's Hawk of the year was admitted due to a deep cut on it's right leg that was accompanied by some bruising as well. Upon admit the bird did not put any weight on it's injured leg, so staff have been giving the bird towels as support and a wrap around the leg to prevent…Read more
This mature Sharp-shinned Hawk was admitted after a probable predator attack and upon examination a fracture in it's coracoid was found. Thanks to the Raptor Rescue Network volunteer who assisted in the transport…Read more
This mature Cooper's Hawk was admitted after being found unable to fly. X-rays revealed the bird was suffering from broken fingers. An unstable fracture, this patient will go into surgery at Jackson Animal Hospital to pin her finger bones in alignment.
Update: This…Read more
This mature female American Kestrel was chasing prey when she flew into a window. She was stunned with a concussion, and brought into our facilities. She was treated with anti-inflammatories, and took in some much needed peace and quiet in our oxygen chamber.
Update: This…Read more
This male American Kestrel was found on a Good Samaritan's back porch laying on its side and unable to fly. The bird most likely collided with a window which caused the bird to have head and body trauma but luckily no bones were broken! Treatment includes anti-inflammatory medications…Read more
This mature male Northern Harrier was found on the ground and in a state of shock in Rexburg, ID. Idaho Game and Fish was able to catch the patient and the bird was transported via a volunteer in our Raptor Rescue Network. Once admitted, we found the patient was suffering from a ruptured…Read more