Ordered by date of passing or transfer to another location.
Toby recovered from previous neuro deficits enough to be released back to the wild on Janary 15, 2010.
Sovah was a Barred Owl of unknown sex and age who came to us as an adult in November of 2003 from Whidbey Island. He was rather small in comparison to other Barred Owls, so we consider him to be male. Sovah was found sitting on the ground, most likely as a result of being hit by a car. He suffered severe head trauma, and as a result, his left retina was detached and his right eye was also compromised.
Sovah was released back to Whidbey Island in February of 2005 after it was determined that he could see much more than we initially thought!
Sage was a Ferruginous Hawk of unknown sex and age who came to us in February of 2003 from Ephrata, Washington, with a right wing fracture, and his wing had to be amputated. This fracture was caused by a gunshot wound, as bullet fragments were seen on the radiograph. Sage wass at least 2 years old and is rather small for his species, so we consider him to be male. Ferruginous Hawks are listed as threatened in the state of Washington.
Sage was relocated to Snowden Wildlife Refuge in McCall, Idaho, in December of 2004, where he will enjoy a much larger enclosure.
Serena was a female Barn Owl who came to us in May of 2003 as a fledgling. She was found in a barn soaking wet, suffering from hypothermia. Her right leg was broken, and although it healed, she became severely imprinted on humans and did not know how to survive in the wild.
Serena was transferred to the Point Defiance Zoo’s raptor program in Tacoma, Washington in the summer of 2004.