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October 6, 2021

For 13 consecutive years, committed and talented volunteers have created The Garden of Eagles ®, a beautiful calendar that has won praise from eagle lovers all across the country – and around the world.

October 11, 2021

On October 10, the three Great Horned Owlets that have been housed with non-releasable surrogate owl Papa G'Ho during the past five months reached an important developmental milestone -- the veterinary and rehabilitation staff had determined that these young birds were ready to begin live-prey testing.

October 5, 2021

The veterinary and rehabilitation staff have kept a close eye on Eastern Screech-Owl #21-1102 during the past week and a half, completing daily exercise routines with a goal of the bird completing 15 or more passes of the outdoor flight pen during each session. On September 30, it was determined that the owl's flight had adequately improved to a point where live-prey testing was suitable.

October 1, 2021

During the past two weeks Turkey Vulture #21-3227 showed no signs of a respiratory infection or other health issues. After completing its course of medication, the rehabilitation team moved the vulture to the A1 flight pen for assessment and exercise, and found that it was able to fly well and had the appropriate stamina to return to the wild.

September 24, 2021

During the past month, Eastern Screech-Owl #21-1102 has been receiving regular exercising sessions with the rehabilitation staff in an outdoor flight pen. Initial exercise routines showed promising signs of the owl regaining physical stamina and proper form during flight, but during the past few weeks wildlife rehabilitator Kelsey reports that the bird may have reached a plateau. The owl resists flying during daily checks, and is unable to complete the prescribed number of passes within the enclosure.

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