Lynn's Journal

Mar 21 - Mar 27

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First Baby Owl

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Volunteer Toni took this photo of a Great Horned Owlet (and the eagle photo below) that fell 35 feet from its nest in Eltopia, Washington. It must have bumped the left wing on the way down. The elbow is very swollen. There may be damage in the shoulder and wrist as well. 

Mar 14 - Mar 20

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Hunt Lead Free

Thank you to Kathy Aney and EJ Harris for a great article and photos on the benefits of hunting lead free. Click on the photo below to read the entire article. If you would like to see if your game meat hamburger contains fragments of lead, bring the packages, thawed or frozen, to the Pendleton center and we will x-ray them at no charge.

Mar 7 - Mar 13

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Trim & Remove Trees In The Fall & Winter, Not Spring!

We welcomed back former intern Samantha Castoldi this past week. She will work full-time at the Pendleton Center through May. Below, she has recovered a male Northern Saw-whet Owl from anesthesia. The little owl has two fractures in his right ulna and damage to his right wrist and elbow. …

Feb 29 - Mar 6

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Thank You Animal Clinic East & CTUIR Bus Service

A tiny Northern Saw-whet Owl was found tangled in netting in Walla Walla and taken to Animal Clinic East where it was examined and hydrated. Dr. Fazzari found no injuries, but thought a few days of rest and observation were in order. …



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