Anna’s Hummingbird #16-819
This hummingbird was admitted to our Wildlife Hospital on the afternoon of October 6th. Animal Care staff did a thorough examination and suspect a fracture… Read More about its injuries and recovery steps.
Displaced Green Herons
These 3 fledgling herons were all displaced from their homes, and found in 3 different locations:
- one was found in a public bathroom, unable to fly and in danger from children playing with them
- one was found on the ground in a parking lot with a deceased heron
- one was living in a tree that was felled
All 3 herons came in thin and needing rehabilitation. They’re currently being housed in the ICU, and being fed fish to bring their health back.
Western Pond Turtle Fishhook-ectomy
UPDATE: This turtle was successfully rehabilitated and released!
Osprey in Training
UPDATE: This osprey was successfully rehabilitated and released!
Banner Year for Raccoon Rehabilitation
This goose was brought in with signs of head trauma (probably from getting hit by a car). With rest and care from our Animal Care Team that trauma has resolved and he’s feeling better, but still having some trouble walking and swimming. Swimming is a therapeutic and medically beneficial way to help him get better, so our intern Isabell came up with a brilliant solution – a pool noodle she fashioned herself to get him back in the water! He’s very happy and comfortable, and is getting some great exercise to help him heal fully!
Animal Care News:
In 2015 Wildlife Images received 968 patients!
We Need Your Help. Today and Every Day. We receive no Federal or State funding.
Please join us as we move our mission of SAVING WILDLIFE forward.