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Author Topic: Seneca (2008) Sighted at Brookpark Road Bridge with Mate (Cheyenne)!  (Read 282107 times)
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« Reply #540 on: 14-Jun-11, 10:38:42 PM »

Here's a pic of Cheyenne  Sad from June 7th. Kris G sent this to me. His shoulder still doesn't look good. He had to be put back into a smaller flight cage.
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« Reply #541 on: 14-Jun-11, 10:56:54 PM »

Aww how sad he looks!  Sad
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« Reply #542 on: 14-Jun-11, 11:34:33 PM »

His shoulder doesn't look good.  Poor baby Sad
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« Reply #543 on: 15-Jun-11, 07:39:16 AM »

 Sad is there any prognosis? Do they think it will heal enough for him to go back out in the wild?
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« Reply #544 on: 15-Jun-11, 12:16:27 PM »

Sad is there any prognosis? Do they think it will heal enough for him to go back out in the wild?

Posted your question on CMNH forum.  ~Joyce
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« Reply #545 on: 15-Jun-11, 01:46:43 PM »

 thumbsup Good job Joycie!  wave
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« Reply #546 on: 15-Jun-11, 01:57:55 PM »

thumbsup Good job Joycie!  wave

They've posted an answer on that Forum.
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« Reply #547 on: 15-Jun-11, 02:11:22 PM »

thumbsup Good job Joycie!  wave

They've posted an answer on that Forum.

Appreciate your continued interest in Cheyenne, Joyce! Been talking to Laura all week, but things have been very busy for her and us with fledges. Don't know if you caught it, but we've had to pick up five juvs so far at some of the Cuyahoga Co. sites, and we're trying to fit in time to watch an exciting new nest in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park with a female hatched at the TT in '09 (Strike-- from Buckeye and SW's last clutch).

What we do know about Cheyenne is that the vet thought he might have been in the flight cage a bit too soon and aggravated his slight corocoid fracture and previously dislocated shoulder. So, he was wrapped again and put into a smaller cage to heal.

I'm sure Liz will be able to fill you in on more details with the help of her friend who volunteers at the MRC, but we'll also post when we find out any additional info. Thanks Liz for getting and posting the info. C & C
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« Reply #548 on: 15-Jun-11, 05:09:00 PM »

This is better news!  Thanks, Joyce!
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« Reply #549 on: 15-Jun-11, 05:16:27 PM »

 good news I think!  Seneca and Cheyenne were such a handsome couple!!!  heart
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« Reply #550 on: 15-Jun-11, 09:54:39 PM »

yes they were and with those names it just seems they were meant for each other. Maybe she will come back about the time he is ready for release (sorry green girl)  pray


Thanks Joyce for posting my question.  thumbsup
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« Reply #551 on: 24-Jun-11, 10:14:50 PM »


Posted June 23rd on CMNH Forum:

Here's the latest update on Cheyenne in an e-mail to us from Laura: "Cheyenne is in a small flight cage. He is not moving but we experienced this with Ranger too. I have my fingers crossed but his wing is outward and to me still looks like a luxation even though Dr. Lindstrom said no.


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« Reply #552 on: 25-Jun-11, 09:17:41 AM »

showing my ignorance here...what is luxation?  confused
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« Reply #553 on: 25-Jun-11, 09:18:58 AM »

showing my ignorance here...what is luxation?  confused

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« Reply #554 on: 04-Aug-11, 05:55:51 PM »

Here is the latest from "Elimac" aka Liz:

"Just got this from Glenn:

Hi All,
Well, after a number of not so great weeks, Cheyenne has made a turn for the better. Turns out he just needed a little contrarian logic. Traditionally, injured birds need a place that’s relatively quiet and dark to get better. They stress out easily – especially high strung species like falcons – and, just like in people, excess stress can hinder the healing process.
Turns out Cheyenne is a real sun worshipper. We went the other direction and moved him to a more well lit enclosure where he could see the sunshine and the sky everyday and he has been really perking up ever since. We have a couple of really big birds in the big flight cages that are due for release soon and hope to get Cheyenne moved over so he can get more exercise.
It’s one of the real frustrations of working with patients who can’t talk. Sometimes you have to feel your way around a little bit to figure out what’s really bothering them.
Cheers,
Glenn.

I replied it was because Cheyenne used to spend so much time sitting on top of the light post above the nest cubby."

CMNH topic here.
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