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WSU veterinarians release rehabilitated falcon

by Admin 17. November 2009 11:19
For the first time this year, a Peregrine falcon has been successfully released by Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine after the raptor made a full recovery from its injuries. Details

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11/20/2009 2:53:26 AM #

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Nice to read a post from you again.This is awesome news...keep doing such great work.Really happy for the Peregrine falcon.
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11/21/2009 9:45:56 AM #

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It's always good to hear a happy ending. But what the article you linked to doesn't go into is how many falcons/hawks are injured each year, and what percentage of these are actually rescued, and on top of this how many of these rescued birds are able to be rehabilitated and released. Sadly I'm sure those figures aren't so rosy.

Norman

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