The following story was shared with us by the Audubon Center For Birds Of Prey in Florida.
Our first case study was an osprey that came to us from Orlando, Florida. It was a fledgling, and its initial exam revealed that it was thin, had a fractured keel, and blood in the ear.
After performing a fecal test we found flukes, roundworms, and eimeria (parasitic protozoa). Its weight upon intake was 1,050 grams (about 2.3 pounds).
This patient was given EmerAid IC Piscivore three times a day for the first week of its treatment. Its weight at release was 1,445 grams (about 3.2 pounds).