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Care and rehabilitation of injured owls

a users guide to the medical treatment of raptorial birds, and the housing, release training and captive breeding of native owls

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        StatementOwl Rehabilitation Research Foundation
        PublishersOwl Rehabilitation Research Foundation
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        LC Classifications1980
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 125 p. :
        Number of Pages69
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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We are very proud to be one of them. Finding a young bird triggers compassion and helpfulness in most people but the very best help you can give a baby bird is to simply leave it alone or, if absolutely necessary, to intervene in only minor ways. Western New York Raptor and Wildlife Care, Inc. WNY Raptor and Wildlife Care, Inc. Our Intake Center is OPEN! If the Bird actually allows you to approach it to pick it up, then it is likely to be in a very serious state and may be more traumatised by being handled.

Dealing with injured or orphaned owls

Patients are held in captivity only until able to live independently in the wild. This is nature's way of helping to minimise any threat to the entire clutch from predators. Our Mission Part One: Research• Listen for owls up in your trees and try to stay about 10 feet 3. Gently slip dropper over the tip of the beak beak tip inside dropper or allow bird to drink from bottle cap.

The parents will NOT abandon it because you have touched it. Upon examination, the owl was determined to have a broken right humerus, along with some minor abrasions and small areas of retinal detachment.

Great Horned Owl: SB Wildlife Care Network's Patient of the Week

Young birds and mammals should be returned to their families if at all possible; even well trained rehabilitators are not equivalent replacements for biological parents. The owl may have been laying in this position for a long time, so it could be cold or weak. Do not provide food or water one exception: see hummingbird care or emergency baby bird care below. Pick up the owl gently around its middle, keeping the blanket over its head as you carry it.

And we do need your help to be able to continue to provide for them. WNY Raptor and Wildlife Care, Inc. WNY Raptor and Wildlife Care, Inc. The Great Horned Owl was hit by a car and the magpie far right was orphaned. WNY Raptor and Wildlife Care, Inc.