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Red-tail Hawk

Buteo jamaicensis


We found an injured Red-tail hawk with a broken wing. We caught it and transported it to Blue Mountain Wildlife rehab. They will do what they can to help it. This rehab place is a wonderful non-profit that could use all the help we can give it. Please visit them:



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Steve Lenz
Steve Lenz 9 years ago

It would have be quite difficult to do alone. I had my friend flank the bird to scare it towards me. I was very careful with its talons and beak. The risk was worth it. I'd take a few battle wounds to help out a hurt creature. I hope it heals and that I can be there for its release. Regardless, I am going to be part of this rehab facility in any way I can to help them continue their mission.

ChristyHolland 9 years ago

What a wonderful thing!! I've been involved in raptor rehab for about 15 years, and it's not often that the people who find the injurd bird can capture it!! That takes some guts!! This is a beautiful juvenile, a first year bird, and they're pretty clumsy!! Great job!!!! I hope you get to be involved in its release...that's the best feeling in the world!!

Captain Nature
Captain Nature 9 years ago

Poor bird! ):

Steve Lenz
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Steve Lenz

Washington, USA

Spotted on Oct 7, 2012
Submitted on Oct 9, 2012

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