Lynn's Journal

Oct 24 - Oct 30

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Three American White Pelicans in three days

The first Pelican arrived on Thursday. It flew into a yard in John Day, OR, then didn’t have the strength to leave. The only visible injury was a small wound on the bird’s lower back. It was emaciated and had an estimated white blood cell count of 39,600, indicating it was fighting some type of infection.

Oct 17 - Oct 23

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RTHA 16-835

As someone once said, “if it wasn’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all.” That pretty well sums up Red-tailed Hawk 16-835. First his leg was broken when someone shot him. The hawk was able to scavenge roadkill while his leg healed. Then he was hit by a car, shattering his right ulna, damaging the right wrist, elbow and shoulder. 

Oct 10 - Oct 16

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An Electrocution and Multiple Collisions

The first raptor admitted this past week was a Red-tailed Hawk that had been electrocuted and had had his right leg literally cooked from the heel joint to his toes. He could not be saved.

Next came an adult Golden Eagle

Oct 3 - Oct 9

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Barn Owl 16-808, aka Jimmy Hoffa Update

Six days after admission, Barn Owl Jimmy Hoffa was returned to Hanford for release. She quickly recovered from being partially buried in a load of gravel and nearly becoming concrete! The Hanford biologists who released her will send pictures for next week

Sep 26 - Oct 2

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Thank You Blue Mountain Community Foundation

Word has been received that Blue Mountain Wildlife has been awarded a $3,000 grant by Blue Mountain Community Foundation. The grant will support BMW’s Education Program during the 2016-2017 school year. Thank you BMCF! …



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