It’s So Busy We Don’t Know How To Tell You How Busy We Are
So, how about a listing of the patients we have in house right now? Well, “right now” being when this message was written. It’s probably already changed quite a bit by the time you read this.
In-House Patients (listed with initial injury)
as of 8/16/18
American Kestrel 18-112: Hail storm victim, head trauma and damaged feathers.
American Kestrel 18-117: Emaciated, fractured wing.
Want to help?
As you can see, we have lots of raptors in our hospital. We have been hovering around 60 patients to care for at one time. Besides sending caffeine, here are a few ways you can help:
$5 will provide food for one of these injured raptors for a day.
$50 will provide fluid therapy for an emaciated, dehydrated patient.
$100 will cover one day of critical care treatment for one raptor with West Nile Virus.
Join the 1987 Campaign to help create a foundation for injured raptors year-round.
Most of all, share your love for raptors and the environment with others. Share this email, and share your love for wild creatures and wild places. Your support makes the difference the world needs.
Rocky Mountain Raptor Program