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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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Great Gray Owl

By Sarvey Wildlife / Monday, June 13, 2022 /

He was found in Darrington sitting in a field and was unable to fly off. He is emaciated and his prognosis is guarded. Emaciated patients can often die from the severity of the starvation complications. We are treating him and hoping he can recover, but often the organs are too damaged. We can’t even remember the last time a Great gray owl was seen at our facility. They are generally found deep in our forests in eastern Washington. Status: Euthanized. Sadly, he was too compromised to survive rehabilitation. We tried for about 10 days, but his organs were shutting down and he was suffering from an advanced septic infection.

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