2017 Patients https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/ 2017 Patients Three baby Screech Owls These three babes are still covered in fluffy feathers. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577234 204577234 Great Horned Owl family An adult GHO and a baby became bonded when the younger owl grew up; they were released as a family. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577235 204577235 Cooper's Hawk The Cooper's Hawk gives a very menacing stare. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577236 204577236 Black Squirrel Uncharacteristically dark, we rehabilitated more than one black squirrel during this year. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577237 204577237 Pair of Cedar Waxwings You can see the familiar purple stain on the bird's chest from eating service berries, a waxwing favorite food that's native to PA. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577238 204577238 Blue Jay Flapping his wings in excitement! https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577239 204577239 Male Muscovy Duck When he first came to Wildlife Works, he was almost entirely black. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577244 204577244 Male Muscovy Duck His feathers changed to the typical white/black with a green sheen after a few months. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577240 204577240 Great Horned Owl Close-up beauty shot. We had many GHOs this year! https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577241 204577241 Juvenile Bald Eagle This juvenile was young enough to have mostly black feathers. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577242 204577242 Pair of American Kestrels Talkative and fiesty! https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577243 204577243 Naked Hatchling A newborn baby bird, almost completely featherless -- they stay safe in our incubator, in a thickly padded nest. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577245 204577245 Red-Eared Slider Aquatic turtle with beautiful strips and red markings. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577246 204577246 Autumn red squirrels These impossibly small baby squirrels arrived in a litter of six. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577247 204577247 Autumn red squirrels as adults They're grown now, and almost ready to face the world. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577248 204577248 Red-tail Hawk Majestic and poised, this hawk is showing it's beautiful big eyes to the camera. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577249 204577249 Sleeping possum Extremely relaxed, napping on a pile of blankets. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577250 204577250 Weasel This is a baby long-tail weasel, one of the first weasels we've cared for in a long time. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577251 204577251 Violet A domestic duck who was unfortunately sprayed with a blue-dyed chemical and sustained damage to her beak. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577252 204577252 Snapping Turtle You can tell how big this massive snapper is by his huge feet. https://www.wildlifeworksinc.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204577253 204577253