August 16th Bird Cams Post about E3, Cornell’s Red-tailed Hawk

Sharing the August 16th Bird Cams post and photoE3 Wing stretch from Facebook:

In less than two weeks, E3 has gone from stretching his wings, to using his wings to jump to a height of 5 feet with no effort. Though he is not able to fly, his injured wing has regained 50 percent of its normal range of motion and he is progressing better than expected. E3’s caretakers are working with him at his own pace to avoid injury. Many thanks to everyone’s support of his care and rehabilitation!

Also sharing an article/blog by Amy E. Layton posted on All About Birds, featuring photographer Christine Bogdanowicz‘s photographs of the Cornell hawks off nest.

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