Lynn's Journal

Nov 13 - Nov 19

giving tuesday screech owl


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Nov 5 - Nov 12

Ellensburg RTHA

Fog And Fall, They Seem To Go Together in the Columbia Basin

Business at the wildlife center has continued to be slow. On Tuesday I had my second knee replacement surgery. On Wednesday Dr. Fuller sent a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk from Ellensburg to Pendleton. The hawk has a healed fracture in the left ulna. …

Oct 30 - Nov 5

GOEA 17-615 1

Golden Eagle 17-615 Update


After the second course of chelation, the eagle’s blood level dropped from 25.1 micrograms/deciliter to 8.0 micrograms/dl, and he was moved outside to a flight pen after spending three weeks in a hospital cage being treated. He took one day to get his bearings, and then was able to fly to a high perch. …

Oct 23 - Oct 29

GHOW 17-624

Slowing Down

Business is slowing down as the days shorten. Raptors admitted this past week included one Great Horned Owl and three migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks.

Great Horned Owl 17-624


We’re not sure what this Great Horned Owl crashed into, but it must have happened at least a week before she was found by hunters. …

Oct 16 - Oct 22

MERL

Golden Eagle 17-615

GOEA before


The week started with an adult, male Golden Eagle who was hit by a car near John Day, OR.  He had been feeding on a road killed deer when he flew into a passing car. Fortunately, no bones were broken. Initially he was pretty sore and did not want to stand. …

Oct 9 - Oct 15

GHOW netting

Great Horned Owl 17-602


The first admission last week was a Great Horned Owl who was found tangled in the netting of a pheasant pen. He has a laceration above his left foot. With luck he will be releasable once the wound heals. We could see no other damage on a radiograph.




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