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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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American Crow

By Sarvey Wildlife / Monday, June 14, 2021 /

We are receiving lots of calls about "injured" baby crows. Most of these are simply fledglings that are out the nest continuing to be cared for by their parents. This is normal and they will be on the ground for a week or two as they finish growing and learn to fly. Nestlings are supposed to be in the nest - as the word implies. Fledglings are too big to stay in the nest anymore. They are in a training phase at that point, walking around, looking awkward, and it's all normal. The family will dive bomb humans and pets to protect their babies. They can get into trouble or be hurt and we can help problem solve the situation with you. There are 9 orphaned nestlings in our care right now. Call before you "rescue" a crow. Notice the blue eyes? This is how you can spot the difference between adults and fledglings. Status: Released

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