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Public invited to Bald Eagle release Aug. 24 in Longview, Wash. [1%]
Aug. 22, 2013: After more than three months of intense treatment, a Bald Eagle in the care of the Audubon Society of Portland has made a full recovery from ...
Wildlife Care Center Reunites Baby Great Horned Owl with Parents [1%]
Back in early March we received a baby Great Horned Owl that had been found with its dead sibling and destroyed nest in Vancouver, Washington. A storm blew the ...
Lead-poisoned Bald Eagle returns to the wild [1%]
Sept. 20, 2013: After months of intense treatment, a Bald Eagle in the care of the Audubon Society of Portland has made a full recovery from severe lead ...
Cooper’s Hawk in recovery after window strike [1%]
Nov. 23, 2014: Windows don’t just pose a threat to small perching birds like warblers – raptors also strike windows after becoming confused by the reflective ...
Young Cooper's Hawk recovers from a leg injury [1%]
Oct. 18, 2013: The Audubon Society of Portland released a rehabilitated Cooper's Hawk in Nadaka Nature Park this afternoon. It was found in June 2013 as a ...
Kestrel treated for a fractured leg [1%]
Feb. 6, 2013: In January, the care center took in a female American Kestrel with a fractured right leg. The small falcon was found on Marine Drive in NE ...
A tale of two eagles [1%]
Feb. 6, 2014: Last week, The Oregonian ran two stories about Bald Eagles that have received treatment at the Wildlife Care Center, one that was released four ...
A visit from the ophthalmologist [1%]
Nov. 18, 2013: We recently admitted a female Bald Eagle found injured on West Hayden Island, and the results are in from her ophthalmology exam.
Juvenile Bald Eagle found poisoned near Winlock, Wash. [1%]
March 26, 2013: Portland Audubon is releasing a juvenile Bald Eagle on Wednesday, March 27, and you're invited to attend! Staff will be sending the male eagle ...
Injured Bald Eagle found on West Hayden Island [1%]
Nov. 11, 2013: The Wildlife Care Center has taken in another Bald Eagle, this time an injured female found on West Hayden Island. After the care center ...
West Hayden Island Bald Eagle returns to the sky [1%]
May 25, 2014: The Audubon Society of Portland released a rehabilitated female Bald Eagle today at Kelley Point Park, just across the river from the bird’s home ...
Happy Father’s Day! [1%]
June 14, 2014: Just in time for Father’s Day, we've received some great news about a male Osprey who got tangled in a fishing line and hook earlier this year: ...
Red-tailed Hawk fledges prematurely from Federal Courthouse nest [1%]
May 30, 2013: The care center has taken in a Red-tailed Hawk that fledged prematurely from its nest on the Mark O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse in downtown ...
Red-tailed Hawk receives skin graft to treat burn [1%]
March 19, 2015: This Red-tailed Hawk had no visible signs of injury when it was first admitted to the Wildlife Care Center in December 2014, but after two ...
On the awkwardness of Osprey fledglings [1%]
Aug. 14, 2013: When a young bird leaves the nest for its first trial flight, it’s bound to look a little ungainly, but Osprey take this lack of grace to a ...
Audubon releases rehabilitated Bald Eagle May 25 at Kelley Point Park [1%]
May 21, 2014: After a long and arduous road to recovery, a female Bald Eagle in the care of the Audubon Society of Portland is ready to return to the wild. The ...
Veterinarians decide to delay Bald Eagle release [1%]
Aug. 23, 2013: Audubon Society of Portland veterinarians have decided to delay a Bald Eagle release scheduled for Aug. 24. The eagle had been given a clean ...
Bald Eagle humanely euthanized [1%]
Feb. 21, 2013: Portland Audubon’s veterinarian has humanely euthanized a Bald Eagle that was admitted to the Wildlife Care Center on Feb. 20. The male eagle ...
Bob Sallinger's Osprey adventure [1%]
April 28, 2014: This weekend, Audubon Society of Portland conservation director Bob Sallinger was called in to help an Osprey that had become tangled in a ...
Peregrine Falcon fledgling heads home to the Fremont Bridge [1%]
June 12, 2013: The long, strange saga of the Fremont Bridge peregrines continues... Last Thursday, a recently fledged Fremont peregrine was found injured on ...
Raising a baby owl is hard work [1%]
April 18, 2014: Young owls look mighty different than their adult counterparts. Just take a look at one of our current patients, a baby Great Horned Owl that ...
Portland Audubon rehabbers head up a tree to help two eagles [1%]
March 5, 2014: Audubon veterinarian Deb Sheaffer and Wildlife Care Center operations manager Lacy Campbell had quite the adventure this week when they were ...
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