05282019 - Red-tailed Hawk - 1
We received a call about picking up a red-tailed hawk that had been hit by a car two days earlier. The caller was from Angola, IN.
Our volunteer picked up the bird and took it to Pine Valley Veterinary Clinic to be examined by Dr. Funnell.
The bird has an eye injury, nasal discharge, and wing fracture. It was taken to our treatment facility and its wing was wrapped to stabilize the fracture. It was given medication for pain and an antibiotic for any possible infection. Its eye was treated with steroid drops.
06/06/2019 This Hawk is still receiving treatment for its injuries
06/15/19 Treatment for this birds eye was determined to be unsuccessful. This makes this Hawk unreleasable. We will try to find a facility for placement
06/22/19 This Hawk has been moved to our rehabilitation facility. We are hoping to find a permanent facility for this bird
08/14/19 This handsome bird has an eye injury, and has been deemed non-releasable. An attempt will be made to place him with another facility as an education bird.
09/15/19 No change in this birds status
10/01/19 There has been no change in this birds status
10/15/19 There has been no change in this birds status