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Patient Profiles

Every day new patients arrive at our facility. In an effort to tell their story of survival and highlight the diverse number of species that we rehabilitate, we highlight a new patient each week. Some of these are individuals, others are orphaned siblings. As their cases progress - we will update the outcome - our hope is that many, many of these patients are released! 

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By Sarvey Wildlife / Monday, August 21, 2023 /

These two juvenile gulls were both found in need of help and brought to us. The top image is of a California Gull that was found thin, dehydrated, and unable to stand. The bottom image is a Glaucous-winged gull that our staff rescued from an atrium in Everett. It had been trapped and unable to get out of the area due to the high walls and his inability to fly. They are both doing well and will be with us until they are flight conditioned and ready to release. We are getting lots of calls about gulls. They are on the ground and not yet able to fly, but they get themselves into challenging situations where the parents cannot care for them. Status: Released

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