Critter Corner

August 13, 2018

During the spring and summer months, the Wildlife Center admitted and assessed 30 White-tailed Deer fawns that were later transferred to other permitted rehabilitators in the state. The transferred fawns were healthy and needed minor or no veterinary care.

August 13, 2018

Eagle biologist Jeff Cooper will be at the Wildlife Center during the week of August 20 to assist wildlife rehabilitator Brie with fitting a GPS transmitter on Bald Eaglet #18-1139 prior to release.

August 13, 2018

The veterinary team has been carefully cleaning and re-bandaging Barred Owl #18-2349’s injured wing each day; the wound appears to be healing slowly, though is mildly swollen. On August 11, Dr. Karra re-stained the owl’s injured cornea and found that the corneal abrasion had fully healed.

Eagle Tracking

The goal of the Center is “to treat to release” – to restore patients to health and return as many as possible to the wild.  In rare instances, the Center has the opportunity to track eagles after their release. Click here to follow these former eagle patients.

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