Captain Crystal at NW Rapture Center's Eagle Enclosure
Captain Crystal - Cleaning out the water trough in the Eagle enclosure...it's a tough job but someone's gotta do it. 🙂Posted by Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center on Monday, November 26, 2012
VIDEO 01 – 100 Feet to Freedom – Overview of NWRC
VIDEO 02 – Jaye Moore Takes Home Gunshot Bald Eagle (Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center) – After over five months of
intensive care at Greywolf Veterinary Hospital, the bald eagle shot in Beaver, WA on December 15 is finally
released to the care of Jaye Moore, the director of the Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center, to be rehabilitated and
eventually released into the wild. The Center is optimistic that the first-year male bald eagle, which suffered a
broken ulna bone in its left wing from a bullet from an apparent .22.
VIDEO 03 – First Eagle Release SEP 2013 – Released by Nathan Delapp, an Iraq War veteran who rescued the bird while fishing
on the Quilcene River. (the female talking on the video called the eagle a HER but it was really a HIM)
VIDEO 04 – Second Eagle Release SEP 2013 – Second Eagle was released by Nancy Stanton, who found the eagle in the rear
yard of her and husband Richard’s home on Marrowstone Island on July 30.
VIDEO 05 – Bald Eagle shot near Beaver, WA – The young male bald eagle, who which was recovered with an apparent .22-caliber gunshot wound to its left wing in Beaver, WA, is still under intensive care at a veterinary hospital.
VIDEO 06 – Wounded Bald Eagle Protests – This juvenile male bald eagle was shot and suffered a fractured ulna bone in his left
wing on December 15, 2010 in Beaver, Washington. The culprit is still at large.
VIDEO 07 – Jaye Moore interviewed with the staff at Greywolf Veterinary Hospital – Jaye Moore of the Northwest Raptor &
Wildlife Center interviewed with the staff of Greywolf Veterinary Hospital of Sequim, WA about the treatment of the
bald eagle shot in Beaver, WA on December 15.
VIDEO 08 – Last checkup for shot bald eagle. – Jaye Moore of the Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center and Dr. Maya Bewig of
Greywolf Veterinary Hospital give one last checkup to the bald eagle shot in Beaver, WA on December 15 before he
is returns to the Center for rehabilitation prior to his eventual release.
VIDEO 09 – Jaye Moore thanks Greywolf Veterinary Hospital – Jaye Moore of the Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center thanks
Greywolf Veterinary Hospital of Sequim, WA for the all the work they donate to the Center to save injured,
orphaned, and ill wildlife.
VIDEO 10 – Jaye and Chris getting the FEMALE ready to transport to the release area. Good Job You two. ~Linda
VIDEO 11 – Golden Eagle Release
VIDEO 12 – Captain Crystal with the Eagles – Captain Crystal of Morning Star Balloon Co. is a volunteer at the Center. Here she gives you a view of the Eagle Enclosure.
VIDEO 13 – Cleaning Eagles Water Trough – Captain Crystal – Cleaning out the water trough in the Eagle enclosure…it’s a tough job but someone’s gotta do it. 🙂