Anyways, here's what's going on at the RMRP:
There are now FIVE Bald Eagles in rehabilitation!!
We got in an Eagle, but kicked out a Sharp-Shinned Hawk, the one with head trauma and a fractured metacarpus (wing). Of course, a Sharpie eats next to nothing compared to an Eagle, but a trade is a trade, and the Humans aren't complaining. He flew out of sight faster than you can blink, and hopefully he'll steer clear of windows in the future.
Another baby Great Horned came in with mild abrasions. He's hanging out with me right now, until he can fly well enough to join the others. This one is particularly cute, and he spends a lot of time cozied up next to me.
All the other birds are status quo, nothing to report except general improvements overall!
Oh yeah, almost forgot to mention that the Cooper's Hawk is getting pretty close to release. He's still convinced that he's been "captured" and is being "held against his will", but he's healing well and should finally be leaving me alone soon.
Alright, that's all for now. I'll be sure to let you know how the new admissions are doing!