Lynn's Journal

Jan 25 - Jan 31

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Flying Free

On January 2nd, a Red-tailed Hawk was found on the ground near Enterprise, OR unable to fly. She did not want to open her right eye, but otherwise had no obvious injuries. We treated her for a head injury. It took nearly two weeks for her eye and her attitude to return to normal. …

Jan 18 - Jan 24

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Goodby 2015 ~ Hello 2016

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Thank You Members and Volunteers

Thank You to everyone who attended BMW’s Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, Jan  23. Your generosity and dedication have allowed BMW to accomplish amazing things in 2015 and begin 2016 in good shape. 2015 ended with a record 950 admissions and saw the purchase of a new microscope, a digital x-ray system and a larger intern trailer. …

Jan 11 - Jan 17

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Mystery Bird

Can you guess what species of hawk this is? 

Hint: it is the largest of the 3 species of forest hawks. The answer is below.

A Busy Winter Week

January is generally a slow time of year, but the past week brought a Kestrel, a Red-tailed Hawk,  a Cooper’s Hawk

Jan 4 - Jan 10


Red-tailed Hawk Journey

During the Umatilla County Christmas Bird Count, Pendleton Bird Club members spotted a tagged Red-tailed Hawk on Poverty Flat Road about 15 miles east of Pendleton. Aaron Skirvin took this awesome photo. The hawk was trapped at the Portland Airport on April 8, 2015 and released near Ranier, OR five days later. …

Dec 28 - Jan 3

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Thank You Awesome BMW Members

A huge Thank You to everyone who has renewed their Blue Mountain Wildlife membership and/or made a year-end contribution. Your generous and on-going support fund BMW's rehabilitation and education programs. With your help, BMW provides a valuable service to the wild and human residents of eastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. …

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