Friday, December 12, 2008

Red Shouldered Hawk

Finals have begun, so all of the WMC volunteers are really busy. A few Red-tailed Hawks and a Red Eared Slider are still here in the clinic. We are also treating a Red-shouldered Hawk in the ward. Red-shouldered Hawks are related to Red-tailed hawks (they're in the same genus) but are found less commonly in Illinois. We don't see them very often at the WMC, so we're excited to treat this one.

Red-shouldered Hawk with a Hood
Red Shouldered Hawk Pelvic Fx
After the Hood is Removed
Red Shouldered Hawk Pelvic Fx
Giving Oral Medication
Red Shouldered Hawk Pelvic Fx

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