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3878 South Maple Valley Rd, St Helen, Michigan 48656  ​info@arkritters.org  Tel 989-389-3305

 

Meet the Birds of Prey

 

Ari the Red Tailed Hawk

Ari joined us in 2001, at that time she had been doing education programs for at least 3 years. She came from another rehab center in southern Michigan. Ari is fully flighted, but has scar tissue over one eye. Her injury could have been caused by a number of things.

Boudica the Great Horned Owl

Boudica joined us in the fall of 2007. She came from another rehab center near Chicago, Illinois. In her first year she was hit by a car and sustained a broken wing high up near the shoulder joint. Unfortunately the wing did not heal correctly, making it impossible for her to catch prey.

Bard the Barred Owl

Bard was admitted to the ARK in the summer of 2003. He had fallen out of the nest when he was only a few weeks old. The fall injured one of his legs. Physical therapy was done on his legs each day, but to no avail. His injury prohibits him from being able to use his talons to capture prey.

Lazlo the Barred Owl

Lazlo came from another rehab center in southern Michigan. He has a partially amputated wing, a practice that is no longer used.  How he received his injury is a mystery. Lazlo joined us in 2001, but we are unsure how old he is.

Pepper Rose the Turkey Vulture

Rosie was brought to the ARK in 2004. She was found in Rose City, Michigan. People had seen her in the woods after the normal time for migration. She had been attacked in the nest as a baby and her wing was broken.  As a bird that has never flown before, Rosie is afraid of heights.