Kelly Martin has a couple of new patients today. Here are her photos and posts from Facebook (shared with permission).
As we shared on Facebook the other day, this young Bald Eagle was found in emaciated condition and with an injured wing by one of our good neighbors in Middleburgh. Thanks to the dedication of our volunteers, the Eagle is now at Cornell, undergoing treatment. Think good thoughts for this young bird, who is in … Continue reading Eagle News (and a happy ending)
This very young American Kestrel came to us for help, thanks to an observant friend of NYWRC, on Father's Day. Kestrels are our smallest North American falcon. They are fairly common in our area, in part thanks to a nest box placement program that New York Wildlife Rescue is part of. American Kestrels nest at … Continue reading June 18th Patient: American Kestrel baby
We had a great day on Saturday at Schodack Island State Park. The Raptor Festival in conjunction with the Capital Region Audubon Society went very well. Our new set-up was a great success.