May, 2011

Media Coverage

31 May 2011

Storm topples Mooseheart eagles’ nest

Article on Beacon-News
Mooseheart’s eagle family has a new, man-made home. On Monday night, security staff on the Mooseheart campus found the weekend’s strong winds had knocked the eagle’s nest out of a pine tree on the northwest corner of the grounds near Randall Road.
 
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31 May 2011

Storm topples Mooseheart eagles’ nest

Article on Southtown Star
Mooseheart’s eagle family has a new, man-made home.

On Monday night, security staff on the Mooseheart campus found the weekend’s strong winds had knocked the eagle’s nest out of a pine tree on the northwest corner of the grounds near Randall Road.

Wildlife experts rescued the two eaglets in the nest, which tumbled 85 feet to the base of the tree the eagles have called home since March of 2010.
 
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1 May 2011

‘Sad-looking’ coyote discovered trapped at Loop Metra station

A female coyote that looked “like Wile E. Coyote after a rough day with the Road Runner” was unharmed and taken into the care of the proper authorities after she was found trapped at a Metra station in the Loop Sunday morning.

“The call came in to us about 7 a.m. of a coyote trapped in a Metra station at 440 S. LaSalle St.,’’ said city Dept. of Animal Care & Control spokesman Brad Powers. “We found a female coyote in good health.’’