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A Survivor Saved From Drowning

14 Jul , 2017   Video

Jamie, Angela and Garnet were harvesting clams near Moose Island, on the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia when they saw something unusual swimming in the water, a mature bald eagle. The eagle was found halfway between Moose Island and the mainland shore. It was exhausted and in need of help. We suspect the eagle went […]

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Owl Release!

6 Feb , 2017  

We have just successfully released this beautiful barred owl. She was admitted mid December 2016 after being hit by two cars, tossed into a ditch and then mobbed by crows. Brought to the CWRC by DNR. She had signs of head trauma, but no serious injuries or broken bones. Upon being returned to her territory, she took off immediately […]

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A Tale of Two Eagles

11 Sep , 2016   Video

An eagle takes flight

On July 12, 2016 the CWRC admitted a juvenile male bald eagle that had been hit by a car. It was thin and had injuries to two of its toes on its right foot. On one toe the talon and underlying bone were completely amputated, on the other toe the talon was cracked at the […]

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Eagle Released After 7 Months Rehabilitation

26 Aug , 2016   Video

On Jan 20th 2016 we received a call about an injured eagle that had been found unconscious in a pool of blood near Milford, Nova Scotia. When it arrived at our centre we were expecting the worst a probable hit by car with multiple fractures and an eventual euthanasia. When the bird arrived it was […]

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Eagle Release

19 Jul , 2015   Video

Today we released a juvenile bald eagle that had been in our care since July 2014. He arrived at the CWRC as an emaciated nestling. He was extremely thin, unable to fly and missing all his tail feathers. He was provided fluids and medication to stabilize and prepare him for a long rehabilitation. Initially he […]