Saving an Osprey

Published May 2, 2021  |  Author: Dr. Laura Catena  |  Topic(s):

Pete has a poison oak rash in his armpit. The backs of my knees and left shoulder blade are starting to itch. It’s a sign of spring—a sign that last weekend, for the first time in a while, we did something really good.

No, not that. Last weekend we hopped fences, clambered over downed trees, scaled boulders, and hacked through thickets of poison oak in search of an incredible, majestic, injured bird.

LOOK AT THIS BIRD! Have you ever seen anything so dignified? Or so affronted? Here’s how we found ourselves unexpectedly searching a river canyon for an injured osprey….

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Dr. Laura Catena

Veterinarian and inventor of The ArmOR Hand Glove.


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