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WCES bald eagle

‘Sometimes our hearts are broken’

Press release On Sunday, August 12, Wildcare Eastern Sierra director Cindy Kamler answered a late emergency call. Two summer residents of Lundy Canyon had just rescued a young Bald Eagle they spotted on the ground; he was unable to fly and was limping on one foot. Patricia and Richard could only get cell service by […]

 
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Red-tailed Hawk ollided with vehicle near Laws/Photos courtesy of WCEA

P.O. Box 368, Bishop, CA 93515-0368 | (760) 872-1487 | info@eswildcare.org

This lucky bird is recovering rapidly and should be ready for release soon.

Slow down and give wildlife a brake

WCEA press release Most Eastern Sierra drivers see an occasional dead owl or raccoon on the highway shoulder or have a close call with a group of deer, a speedy roadrunner or coyote as they cross the road ahead of them. Why don’t the animals just stay away from the roads? Roads and highways cut […]

 
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