Friday, September 19, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Volunteer Larry Guenther shows Sullivan, the California Raptor Center's resident golden eagle, to a visiting group. Sullivan came to the center with a badly broken left wing that required the wingtip's amputation. He adjusted well following surgery and is now a permanent education ambassador for the Raptor Center. Trina Wood, UC Davis/Courtesy photo
Jack is a young red-tailed hawk who lives at the California Raptor Center because he was raised by humans and is too tame for release. With his naturally curious and easy-going nature, he’s a favorite bird among the center’s visitors. Trina Wood, UC Davis/Courtesy photo
Grasshopper, a Swainson's hawk, came to live at the Raptor Center when he was found blind in one eye. He is now an educational ambassador. Trina Wood, UC Davis/Courtesy photo