Wildlife Rehabilitation Stories

Swainson’s Hawk in Utah


A Swainson’s hawk arrived at Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah after being struck by a car. By feeding EmerAid IC Carnivore, this guy was able to focus his energy on healing his wounds as opposed to digesting whole foods.

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American Crow


A crow with a mystery ailment makes a full recovery after receiving supportive care that included EmerAid Intensive Care Carnivore food.

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Bald Eagle


A bald eagle with a fracture became weak and dehydrated. At the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah he was fed EmerAid IC Carnivore, which allowed his body to focus on healing the fracture as opposed to breaking down whole foods.

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Grey Fox Vs. Jar


A small fox was found with its head trapped in a jar and brought to Gold Country Wildlife Rescue. They used our EmerAid IC Carnivore to help it gain back weight and to provide the necessary nutrients for the healing process.

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Helping A Wounded Porcupine


Rehabilitators at Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation found EmerAid IC Herbivore to be a good vessel for feeding medication to a wounded and healing porcupine.

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American Coot


Arriving with multiple fractures and injuries, this American coot was tube fed EmerAid IC Omnivore in order to stay healthy while its body healed.

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Common Raven


A lucky raven is tube-fed EmerAid IC Carnivore and brought back to a healthy condition after being attacked by a dog in California.

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Ruddy Turnstone


A ruddy turnstone was found at Shell Island Beach Club where finders described the bird as “lying on the beach, unable to move.” With some help from CROW and EmerAid IC Piscivore, the ruddy turnstone was able to heal from red tide toxicity and gain weight back to a normal range.

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