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Facebook Bird Cam Post About E3

As posted on Facebook yesterday:

The Cornell Raptor Program continues to update us on the continued acclimation progress of E3. So far, he has adapted to everything he’s been asked to do—including hand-feeding, daily weathering, riding in his own private transport box, and making short flights. 29 more words

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October 15 Bird Cams post on Facebook: E3 To Make His First Appearance in Public at the Lab Migration Celebration

I am so happy to see that Cornell’s  Red-tailed Hawk E3 will be out in public helping to educate us about birds of prey! Below is a post I am sharing from the Facebook Bird Cams page: (photo is also posted with the information about the Migration Celebration to be held this Saturday) 186 more words

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Cornell Hawks E3 Update, 09/23/14

CornellHawks E3 Update, September 23, 2014 (as posted on Facebook)

We’re happy to update you that in the three months since ‪#‎E3‘s injury in June, he has continued to heal steadily under the expert care of veterinarians and staff at the Janet L. 388 more words

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Highlights from the Cornell Red-tailed Hawks Nest 2014

As posted on Facebook by Bird Cams:

Are you missing the #CornellHawks? Don’t worry you can relive the highlights from 2014 here: http://youtu.be/PWW22EmyQos (Warning: Music plays). 52 more words

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August 16th Bird Cams Post about E3, Cornell's Red-tailed Hawk

Sharing the August 16th Bird Cams post and photo from Facebook:

In less than two weeks, E3 has gone from stretching his wings, to using his wings to jump to a height of 5 feet with no effort. 77 more words

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August E3 Recovery Update

The following update and photo are posted on the Bird Cams Facebook page:

E3 continues to do well and is being habituated to larger spaces and taller perches. 74 more words

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Cornell Red-tailed Hawk E3 Unwrapped!

As posted on the Bird Cams page, Facebook, the latest report on the progress of E3:

Almost six weeks after injury, E3’s bandage was able to be removed by the veterinarians at the Janet L. 160 more words

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