Lynn's Journal

Dec 4 - Dec 10

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Winter Doldrums

Technically, its not quite winter, but it feels like winter. Fortunately it was a fairly quiet week with just six new admissions, but five had injuries too extensive to repair. Raptors included a Northern Saw-whet Owl, a Peregrine Falcon, an American Kestrel and a Western Screech Owl. …

Nov 27 - Dec 3

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 We asked you to get up early and support BMW on #GivingTuesday, and WOW did you ever come through. You raised $15,272, including $4,000 in matching funds from long-time members Gene and Marilyn Cripe, and $1,000 in matching funds from Facebook and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. …

Nov 20 - Nov 26

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This Tuesday: #GivingTuesday!


This Tuesday, November 28, is #GivingTuesday, when you can triple your donation and symbolically adopt a bird! If you can be up early, donate at 5AM Pacific time through Facebook to triple your donation — matched by both Facebook/Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and by our amazing donors 

Nov 13 - Nov 19

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#GivingTuesday Donation Matches

For #GivingTuesday, our amazing supporters Gene and Marilyn Cripe are matching your donations, up to $4000. Help us meet the match by donating to BMW on Tuesday, November 28! A huge thank you to Gene and Marilyn!!!

Additionally, Facebook, in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is also

Nov 5 - Nov 12

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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

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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. …




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