Peregrine Falcon #14-1319 has been doing well during the past few weeks. The falcon is living in her outdoor enclosure; the outreach staff continue to work with the bird, but the falcon is definitely ready for her public debut!
Bald Eagle #14-2147 was radiographed on October 20 to check on the status of her injured shoulder. Dr. Meghan found that the shoulder area looked mostly unchanged; while the injury has not deteriorated, it has also not shown signs of significant improvement. Dr.
Bald Eagle #14-2150 was released today at Kiptopeke State Park in front of a crowd of about 60 people. It was very windy on the Eastern Shore, but when president Ed Clark tossed the eagle into the air, the bird flew away, banked left, and soared off over the tree line out of sight.
The goal of the Center is “to treat to release” – to restore patients to health and return as many as possible to the wild. In rare instances, the Center has the opportunity to track eagles after their release. Click here to follow these former eagle patients.