|Below are some pictures of our success stories. This is the reward for all the
hard work that goes into rehabilitating wildlife. Release back to the wild....We
wish them all good luck for a happy and healthy life.
|This little(of course he's not little now) guy was brought to us as a baby. Someone found him wandering in a cow field during a
storm. He was almost gone. We started bottle feeding him and within a month had him on solid food. After a couple of months
of rehab we are proud to show his release.
|A dove that needed some TLC. Peace for
all the animals...
|Every year we get a lot of
Screech owls. We have very
good success in rehabilitating
them. They eat good and grow
up fast. Here are a few pictures
from baby to flying in the flight
|We also get a lot of hawks every year. Injuries range from hit by cars,
shootings, poisonings, babies falling out of nests. This young lady(above) is
being released after rehabilitating a wing injury. The hawk in the pictures
below came to us with a bullet hole in her wing. She didn't seem like she
would ever fly again. Once we got her healed she went into the flight cage.
After giving her a little more time than usual in the flight cage, she showed
signs of progress. Good luck to them all....
|Here is some video of the latest
Hawk Release Video Click here
|This little one was found by the side of the road after being hit by a
car. After a week of R & R, he was back to 100%.
|Click here to see the kestral released,
Kestral Release Video.
|He came to us very sick and not eating. After lots of patience he started feeling
better and eating again. Hopefully he will watch what he eats in the future....
|Two Barred owls in flight
cage before release.