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Roe Deer fights with the element...

As it was last seen, the swollen river threatened not only to men. High water levels are also dangerous to wild animals. A few days ago the San River near Przemysl rapidity swept forest deer. The Roe deer drifted through the center of Przemysl. Vulnerable and helpless animal unsuccessfully tried to save itself, trying to get back to shore. To no avail. Element appeared to be stronger. Seconds divided her from drowning. Desperate struggle for life threw in the eyes of passers-by. Without hesitation, they took care of a needy animal. They notified the Patrol of the Municipal Police, who with the help of passers-by managed to draw the Roe deer to the shore. She was so weak that she did not even have the strength to instinctive defense and escape. Transport was arranged immediately and the deer was taken to our Centre. To our surprise, it turned out that the Roe deer is in advanced stages of pregnancy. In order to save the baby ruminant an immediate caesarean surgery which lasted an hour and a half was necessary. Although the chances of survival were slim we did our best to save the adult deer to the end. Unfortunately, because of extreme exhaustion of increased stress of this whole situation and injuries the mother could not be saved. The young survived. They are safe and sound. Two young came into the world; male and female. Fawns clinging to drink milk from a bottle, treating us like their own mother. Our priority is now feeding and adapting them for independent living in the wild. We will inform you about their further fate.

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Noisy migration...

Next representative of the lesser spotted eagle is leaving our Centre. It was another victim of poison. The eagle was found near Przemysl. According to research conducted by our friend Przemyslaw Kunysza, the ornithologist, Przemysl stands in the way of migration of these beautiful birds, and many related species, which fly directly over our city. Every spring, they travel the European continent from the area around Turkey to Scandinavia. This is confirmed by the GPS monitoring system. An extensive network of monitoring is to keep the track of the location of single individuals and progress in their annual journey (walking tour you can see: Here). Chosen representatives have special transmitters attached to their position locator. Our beautiful bird, unfortunately will reach his destination with a small delay. This is not the first and not the last injured bird affected of various pesticides. Toxins hit directly the muscles of the wings and legs. Also the struck esophagus completely prevented him from eating food. Only the quick intervention saved the lesser spotted eagle from death in terrible agony. It has been noticed by the casual passers who have not remained indifferent to seeing his fight for life. Lesser went directly to us. Fast, professional help makes the predator fully recover within two weeks. He regained his freedom on extensive fields. He gained independence on extensive fields. We specially chose an area on the north of Przemysl so that he could continue his planned travel not having again to fly above the city. He spread his wings and then quickly and firmly rose up instinctively being pointed in the direction of Roztoczanski National Park.

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Stork's nests...

Spring has already welcomed us fully. White storks spending the winter at us also greeted the spring . One of stork's pairs which were formed at us at the Centre amongst our 30 charges got down to working. As everybody knows, it is necessary to have the place to live. After a few warm days it was possible to notice the project outline of the future homestead in the form of the arranged range from small sticks. The nest day by day is expanding by building the more dense structure. Birds intensively are working dividing all duties. When one Stork is resting, second is dealing with carrying building materials. Urgently they are guarding their humble abode frightening everyone who is approaching from a distance with the beak smaller than at least 5 meters. A fact that is worth noticing is that these birds found their way to us with dead serious injuries. According to the consultation carried out with partners from the United States and the knowledge contained in the specialist literature was only reasonable for them euthanasia. This is proof that even if it was like a small probability of survival and access to health, however, it is always there. Other storks also do not want to feel worse. Within a radius of 20 meters from the said outlet, the other bird has already put two more architects. Sunny, warm weather favors cloud-cap voyages. Over our Centre you can already see the first in this year circulating, dominant Storks,

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Eared departure ...

We said goodbye to the two eared-owls, which came to the Centre in early 2009. One of the owls was discovered in the vicinity of Yaroslavl with a number of visible external injuries. Probably was attacked by a much larger predator. Fortunately, she managed to escape. Owl was noticed by the casual passers-by, when with considerable loss of feathers in the left wing she unsuccessfully tried to fly into the air. People who found her immediately brought her to us. In our Centre a long rehabilitation and recovery awaited her. In turn, the second-eared hit two months later than its predecessor. Found it gloomily near the city highway. She was in persistent shock. We suspected that the shock was a result of an accidental collision with a car ride, which is quite a common occurrence on busy routes. Fortunately, in addition to sprained wings we did not diagnosed any other serious injuries. The two owls for the duration of treatment have remained together in one volier. They became friends. After several months of treatment they were ready to go. Owls recovered freedom in the neighborhood of Przemysl, near Paclawska Calvary. Hilly, forested and much less populated area gives them excellent living conditions. Farewell did not last long. Birds quickly spread their wings and solemnity characteristic of them ascended into the sky.

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Save from forgetting...

Although the release of big and rare birds of prey is a special moment for us, we mustn’t forget that our work is also to treat more common animals. Annually we treat about 400 representatives of almost 80 species. Our small charges often require more devotion of time and means than their bigger predator companions. We treat each case seriously and a failure in treatment is our personal failure. The pigeon, the kestrel, the swift, the swallow, the tit and other smaller, common birds flew away unnoticed – without a shutter shot. Not always there is a good light for taking photos, appropriate time, good weather conditions or simply the equipment fails. If we already manage to do a few shots we try to show the photos to as many people as possible in order to inspire them to help injured animals the same way we were inspired. We try to capture and save from forgetting the best moments of our work.

 
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