Monthly Archives: October 2017

telemetry unit

Releases to help with research

Updated Post 5 October 2017 An adult eagle was admitted to SOAR on 9 July 2017 with the same style telemetry unit as were fitted for two rehabilitated eagles released (see below). This eagle from Oklahoma, read her rehab story here, is part of an Oklahoma Study with many of the same researchers as working

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juvenile red-tailed hawk

Just say “no!”

Here’s another preventable human hazard for raptors… just say ‘no’ to using rodenticide! While rodenticide certainly does kill rodents, it also one of those toxins that causes secondary poisoning. In other words, rodenticides kill unintended animals. Rodenticides are made from blood thinner. The secondary poisoning happens when another eats a rodent that ate poison made

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