Well, not literally...but today we transferred Blaze (via automobile!) to another wildlife rehabilitation facility in Ohio. The first order of business will be a week or two of observation and then if all checks out OK, she will be flight conditioned and offered live prey to learn her hunting skills.
Many, many thanks to Betty Ross and the staff at Glen Helen Raptor Center
for caring for her up to now. And thanks in advance to the staff at the Ohio Bird Sanctuary
who will handle the next chapter in her care. We truly appreciate the partnerships and teamwork amongst these dedicated wildlife rehabilitation professionals!
Meanwhile, downtown, Durand and Spark continue to maintain their territory. There have been no sightings of the juveniles that I am aware of and it is possible that they may have left the Columbus area by now. We are hoping for an update on the status of the building work soon.