Moving on, we are full right now. Having six Golden Eagles with different situations.
We are also caring for other Goldens, one that may or may not be releasable. That bird is being flight tested to determine this. We have a West Nile Golden that we are hoping, with time, will be returned to the wild.
We are searching for a suitable facility for two non-releasable Crows. We have, what we believe to be a male and female and I paired them up since Crows (Corvids) do better in groups. They are such social creatures. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Corvids. They are so fun and challenging to work with.
We also have a Long-eared owl that came in with a fracture in his left wing that didn't require surgery. We are hoping he can be released in time. Cute little guy.
We recently released a Great Horned owl that had come in with a fracture in his left wing. He came from the Hanksville area of Utah. Once the injury had healed, we flight tested him and eventually, was released near here in Price.
Well, that is just some of our patients right now.
Thanks for following this site, Debbie