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Check out this extensive list of people, pets, medical and surgical problems, and staff that we have been involved with over the last year.

Successful Surgical Repair and Release of a Hawk with a Broken Wing

Follow this link to see the whole process from diagnosis to final release-

www.lbah.com/wildlife-medical-care/hawk-with-a-fractured-wing-from-long-beach-airport/
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That’s beautiful

Michigan is so beautiful!

Awesome!

View of the bald eagle nest taken from a drone

The nest is 75 feet high, and gives the eagles quite a view of the lake below.
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View of the bald eagle nest taken from a drone
The nest is 75 feet high, and gives the eagles quite a view of the lake below.

Bald Eagle Behavior

Their diet usually consists of fish, which happens to be lake trout in northern Michigan. But not always, as can be seen in these pictures.

Can you tell what is in its talons as it lands on the nest and starts eating something? It only stays for a couple of bites before taking off, with the two chicks wondering what just happened!
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Great pics! Wish it was Cormorant🐠

Probably a squirrel or rabbit, but I wish it was a Canada goose 🤷🏻‍♂️

Chicken? I live on a salt marsh with an eagle nest a short distance away. They fly past our house all the time, I’ve seen them sitting next to a buzzard waiting to scavenge from nearby fishermen.

Was this the unfortunate child of the two (appear to be raptor) birds in the last photo?

What is it?

A coot?

Nick Derrick

Octopus 🐙

Snake??

Lizard

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Early morning visitor

Dr. P is teaching wildlife photography in northern Michigan and had a nice visitor this morning take a dip right in front of him.

In the first picture she is just entering the water. In the second she notices him, and then bolts into the bush. In the last picture she takes one peek at him before she decides to go.

If you like Wildlife Photography follow this link- www.lbah.com/wildlife-photography/
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Early morning visitor
Dr. P is teaching wildlife photography in northern Michigan and had a nice visitor this morning take a dip right in front of him. 
In the first picture she is just entering the water. In the second she notices him, and then bolts into the bush. In the last picture she takes one peek at him before she decides to go.
If you like Wildlife Photography follow this link- https://www.lbah.com/wildlife-photography/Image attachmentImage attachment