Established in 1993, Birds of Prey Northwest promotes stewardship and conservation of raptors and owls through educational programs with live birds of prey. We provide medical treatment and rehabilitation to injured birds of prey with the ultimate goal of returning them to the wild. Our organization also collaborates with others on raptor research projects.
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It's baby season for our nation's birds of prey, and we've admitted several raptor and owl babies over the past week that couldn't be returned to their nests for various reasons.
The first picture shows a four-week-old baby great horned owl, who was blown prematurely from its nest.
The second picture is also a four-week-old great horned owl, also blown from its nest and unable to be safely returned.
The final picture is of a red tailed hawk, three weeks old, that fell from its nest that was over 100 feet above the ground. It suffered two broken wings, so its ability to learn to fly is unknown at this time.
All three of these babies will be cared for and diligently watched, with the hope for the two great horned owls to return to the wild. The red tailed hawk's path will be determined by how his wings heal and if he is unable to return to the wild, Birds of Prey Northwest will make sure that he receives the best life possible.
For information on how you can help these and other rescues, click here for our How To Help page.
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