Along with destroyed beaches and water-logged houses, Hurricane Sandy also took a toll on our wildlife, like grounding this majestic...
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Eastern Screech Owl
Looks like humans aren’t the only animals working off the holidays. On February 18, this little Eastern Screech Owl was...
He bites like a tiger, hisses like a snake, and even managed to survive getting attacked by a dog. That’s...
Joan never imagined that a walk through the Upper East Side would lead her to The Wild Bird Fund with...
There’s not much that a red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) needs to fear. At the top of the food chain, the...
Getting up close to a peregrine falcon, the fastest bird in the world is a unique thrill, but the most...
Most people would probably run the other way if they heard a strange noise coming from a dumpster. But we...
While we send along best wishes for every bird that we release back to the wild, it’s rare that one...
She was so covered in dirt, soot and grime, that when she was brought into the Wild Bird Fun we...
Great Horned Owl
“Ernestine” was rescued from Woodlawn Cemetery in the summer. She is a second-year female Great Horned Owl. The Great Horned...
There were no broken bones, yet he couldn’t fly. He was eating on his own, yet he wasn’t gaining any...
Eastern Grey Squirrel
We’ll never know what happened: Had she strayed onto some burning embers? Sniffed out a barbecue pit? Wandered into a...
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