Recent Releases and Transfers

Barn Owl 8.4.20

Barn Owl 8.4.20

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.

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Bald Eagle 7.7.20

Bald Eagle 7.7.20

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.

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Red Tailed Hawk 8.5.20

Red Tailed Hawk 8.5.20

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.

Update: Released!

Date Admitted: 8.5.20

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Osprey 8.5.20

Osprey 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.

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American Kestral 7.25.20

American Kestral 7.25.20

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…

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Barn Owl 2.14.20

Barn Owl 2.14.20

This Valentine's Day owl was brought to us from Idaho Falls with general body and head trauma, as well as damage to her left eye from a presumed car strike. The rufus brown feathers on a Barn Owl's chest and belly along with the speckles are indicative of a female, whereas males tend to have a completely…

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Great Horned Owl 2.21.20

Great Horned Owl 2.21.20

Thanks to our amazing Raptor Rescue Network volunteers, this owl was able to receive transportation from Idaho Fish and Game to our clinic in Wilson, WY. Upon admit, a relatively new mid-line fracture…

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Red-tailed Hawk 4.10.20

Red-tailed Hawk 4.10.20

This mature Red-tailed hawk was brought to us in the beginning of April from Etna, Wyoming due to an undetermined collision. The bird was found in a backyard, and transported to our clinic by TRC staff. Upon admit, the patient was diagnosed with general body and spinal trauma, bruising…

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Turkey Vulture 5.2.19

Turkey Vulture 5.2.19

This mature Turkey Vulture was found after it crash landed on a woman's home south of the town of Jackson. Luckily our research team was in the area, and they went out on the rescue! This patient had multiple wounds throughout its body that were infected and was very thin. He also was…

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Great Horned Owl 2.17.20

Great Horned Owl 2.17.20

This female Great Horned was brought to us from Evanston, WY by a local veterinarian technician. She was found near the road, therefore her injuries are presumed to be the results of a car strike. Upon evaluation, the bird was diagnosed with and treated for trauma to the head and the…

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