Wanda D’Agostino, Connecticut Wildlife Rehabber, released a female red tailed hawk in Windsor after caring for the bird for many weeks. It was suspected that the hawk had eaten rodents that had been poisoned. A big thanks to Bolton Vet, as well as the good people in Windsor who saw an animal in need and […]
The saw whet owl shown here was brought to Connecticut wildlife rehabber Wanda D’Agostino “starving and confused.” Note the condition of the feathers, a result of heavy winds from Hurricane Sandy. Wanda says the female owl is doing OK now, but still is not flying. Fortunately, she is eating well – 1.5 cut up mice
This coopers hawk was hit by a car on I-91 in Wethersfield. He had a cut foot and eye injury, but was successfully rehabbed and released in Wethersfield on June 1st.