Returned to the wild
Early morning December 19, 2015 on Dayton Mountain, Happinest released a young Red Tail Hawk (Eclipse) with the help of our friend, Tigris.
Tigris and her mother, Jenny, found Eclipse grounded by the side of the road. He was emaciated and had an infected wound on his leg. Eclipse spent almost 3 months in rehab before being released back to the wild.
When nature calls...
Some people may go their entire life without ever coming across a wildlife animal in need; but others are faced with the decision to step in to help on many occasions...
Thank YOU, Linda Koller
Linda Koller became a Happinester in the summer of 2015, during the height of baby season. She's a devoted rehab volunteer who always brings something special for the birds, from newspapers to homemade treats.
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