Monthly Archives: July 2014

Cornell Red-tailed Hawk E3 Unwrapped!

As posted on the Bird Cams page, Facebook, the latest report on the progress of E3: Almost six weeks after injury, E3’s bandage was able to be removed by the veterinarians at the Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Health Center. The … Continue reading

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Recent Facebook Post on Cornell Red-tailed Hawk E3

As posted on Facebook Bird Cams page: E3 is still on the road to recovery and making progress. Though his wing is still wrapped, the veterinarians at the Janet Swanson Wildlife Health Center are pleased with how he is doing. … Continue reading

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Cornell Red-tailed Hawk E3 Is A Male!

As posted on Facebook Bird Cams page on July 11, 2014: The beloved fledgling Red-tailed Hawk known as “E3” currently being treated at the The Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Health Center is indeed a male! Steve Bogdanowicz from the Evolutionary … Continue reading

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Weekly Update on Cornell Red-tailed Hawk E3

As posted on Facebook Bird Cam page today, July 10, 2014: The veterinarians at the Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Health Center have been impressed with how well#CornellHawks E3 has been healing. In one week there is stability at the fracture site … Continue reading

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Thursday Update on E3 Red-tailed Hawk

As posted on Facebook on the Bird Cams page: (photo credit not available, but probably taken at the Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Health Center, an annex of the Cornell University Hospital of Veterinary Medicine) “The veterinarians at the Janet L. Swanson Wildlife … Continue reading

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