Deer

Eagles

  • Bad Hair Day!

    Hey Everyone, Here is my latest picture; I’m obviously having a bad hair day. Sunday was very busy for the Tyner’s. Mr. Tyner’s telephone rang at 7:00 in the morning. A pickup truck hit a golden eagle on the Minersville Highway just south of the town of Minersville. The person driving the truck was very … Continue reading “Bad Hair Day!”

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  • Bald Eagle Released 3/7/2015

    The bald eagle was released on Saturday March 7th at an overlook near Brian Head, Utah, after Southwest Wildlife Foundation’s licensed wildlife rehabilitator, Martin Tyner spent two months and a great deal of effort dedicated to saving his live after he was found nearly dead from suspected lead poisoning. A free drawing was held to … Continue reading “Bald Eagle Released 3/7/2015”

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  • First Eagle of the Year

    The year of 2015 came in on the wings of eagles. Within the month of January the Southwest Wildlife Foundation received two injured eagles. Sadly the first bald eagle had been hit by a car and had devastating injuries – crushed pelvis and broken back. The kindest thing we could do was to end its … Continue reading “First Eagle of the Year”

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Grebes

Hawks

  • Survival of the Fittest

    In the wild not all survive. The strongest, fastest, smartest and most aggressive are usually the survivors. These three Swainson’s Hawks came from Filmore Utah when their nest blew down. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources was contacted to rescue them and they were brought to the Southwest Wildlife Foundation to be raised and released back … Continue reading “Survival of the Fittest”

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Martin

  • Parowan Gap Field Excursion

    A note from Founder, Susan Tyner: Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Parowan Gap Field Excursion Martin provided for the Washington Episcopal School. A surprise visitor, a great basin rattle snake, posed for pictures for the students and teachers. Excited students were warned to stay back to give this rattler some space … Continue reading “Parowan Gap Field Excursion”

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  • Hawk and Owl Release

    Good Morning Friends of the Southwest Wildlife Foundation, Martin Tyner here: for the last few weeks our orphaned great horned owl has provided our weekly updates. This week I thought I’d take my turn. Both baby great horned owls are doing well, growing like weeds and eating us out of house and home. In the … Continue reading “Hawk and Owl Release”

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Owls

  • New Roommate

    Hey Everyone, As you can see from my picture, I have a new roommate. She is also a great horned owl and about 4 or 5 days older than I am. She had fallen from her nest and was picked up by a farmer and his children. They though it would be fun to raise … Continue reading “New Roommate”

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  • Bad Hair Day!

    Hey Everyone, Here is my latest picture; I’m obviously having a bad hair day. Sunday was very busy for the Tyner’s. Mr. Tyner’s telephone rang at 7:00 in the morning. A pickup truck hit a golden eagle on the Minersville Highway just south of the town of Minersville. The person driving the truck was very … Continue reading “Bad Hair Day!”

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  • My Favorite Breakfast

    My favorite breakfast; chunks of mouse! Unfortunately when people find baby birds of prey they try and give them water, milk, bird seed, lettuce, hot dogs, hamburger, or bacon not realizing how bad those things are for me. Great horned owls eat almost exclusively rodents of all kinds; mice, rats, gophers, etc. This is why … Continue reading “My Favorite Breakfast”

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  • Owl Pellets

    Hey Everyone, Today was an exciting day for me. I regurgitated my first owl pellets. Owl pellets are the undigested parts of the mice I’ve been eating; the fur and the bones.     Look at the size of these pellets; can you believe they came out of me?         I am … Continue reading “Owl Pellets”

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rehabilitation

Release