Raptors released into the wild

May. 06, 2013
The University Raptor Center released rehabilitated raptors into the wild at Hyland Lake Park Reserve on Saturday, May 4, in Bloomington, Minn.
Educational volunteer Claire Palmer educates visitors about Maxime, an adult bald eagle.
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Educational volunteer Claire Palmer educates visitors about Maxime, an adult bald eagle.
Amanda Snyder
Raptor center worker holds a covered red-tailed hawk that was released into the wild during the raptor release event.
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Raptor Center volunteer releases a red-tailed hawk into the wild.
Amanda Snyder
A red-tailed hawk is released into the wild.
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Dr. K W Choi releases one of two red-tailed hawks back into the wild.
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Raptor release visitor Esme Miller watches a raptor.
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A Raptor Center volunteer holds an American kestrel.
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Visitors watch a great horned owl.
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