The Red-tailed Hawk that I wrote about earlier this week went back to Dr. Welle yesterday for removal of her external stabilizing bars. Dr. Welle reported that the x-rays look good. At this point, we expect her to make a full recovery so that she can eventually be released back into the wild. Her final…

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Thought you’d be interested in this amazing success story: On April 4, 2006, CBCM brought in an injured Northern Flicker to Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation’s Northerly Island facility. The bird had just struck a building in the loop and was critical when it arrived at Flint Creek. Thankfully, due to the close proximity of our…

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Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation will be the cover story in this coming Sunday’s Chicago Tribune Magazine. Shortly after opening Flint Creek Wildlife’s second location at Northerly Island on April 1, I was contacted by Scott Strazzante, photographer for the Chicago Tribune. Scott expressed interest in taking some pictures of us at Northerly Island. Before I…

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