One of the juvenile Webster Bald Eagles fell out of the nest today and hit metal flashing on the way down. A Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden rushed the baby to the Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas for emergency treatment. Chief Veterinarian Dr. Dev and Executive Director Sharon Schmalz were prepped and ready for the incoming patient who was sedated and x-rayed. The eagle is resting comfortably and receiving expert care from our knowledgeable team. If he is stable enough tomorrow morning, he will be moved to a large outdoor eagle flight cage to continue his recovery. We will continue to provide updates as they become available. Please support our lifesaving mission by donating today!
An Injured Bald Eagle Arrives at the Houston SPCA's Wildlife Center of Texas
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