Release

A Tale of Two Eagles

Eagle released in Creston

Story written by PAMELA HARTMANN in 2013. An eagle does not often crash through a windshield, nor is it often that Game Warden Teri Hickey happens to be driving by a scene at the perfect moment, exactly when needed. But both occurred the Monday before Thanksgiving, 2013. In the early evening of November 25, a woman…

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Golden Eagle Ready for Release

Golden Eagle

Morro Bay, CA, February 9, 2014. Pacific Wildlife Care (PWC) plans to release a Golden Eagle on Wednesday or Thursday that was rescued in between Atascadero and Templeton in mid-September. The bird was rescued by a member of the public after being found unable to fly, likely after being hit by a car. The eagle…

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Skin Grafts and Creancing Allow Great Horned Owl to be Released

Great Horned Owl

Morro Bay, CA, September 1, 2014—Pacific Wildlife Care will be releasing this evening a Great Horned Owl found over a year ago in Arroyo Grande entangled in a barbed wire fence. The bird’s rescuer was able to cut the small section of fence around which the bird’s right wing was wrapped and bring the bird…

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