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CROW Case of the Week: Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle (#21-447)


The Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys kempii) is the smallest marine turtle in the world, weighing in at an average of 100 pounds and just over three feet in length. That is a far cry from the largest living sea turtle, the leatherback, averaging six feet, 1,275 pounds. more...

Bald Eagle Released After 3-month Rehab


The Clinic for the Rehabilitation for Wildlife (CROW) released an adult bald eagle in Cape Coral, Florida on Friday after a three-month stint in rehab. The eagle was rescued from a canal in November. more...

CROW CAWs


This week's CAW | A Golf Enthusiast's Guide to Protecting Wildlife – Golf courses provide beautiful scenery, desirable conditions, and an incredible landscape to enjoy a favorite pastime. Golf courses are great for our recreational activity, but it is important to remember that those perfectly manicured greens were once dense with ungroomed vegetation. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Great Horned Owl (#21-246)


The great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) is a large owl with large ear tufts and yellow eyes. Those eyes have pupils that open widely in the dark and possess excellent night vision. While they don’t move in their sockets, this particular owl’s eyes can see more than 180 degrees in any direction due to the ability to swivel its head. more...

CROW Case of the Week: White Ibis (#21-110)


The white ibis (Eudocimus albus) is a long-legged water bird that is almost exclusively white in color save for the reddish pink bill, legs and bare skin around its eyes. It has a long curved bill and a long neck that it curls when foraging and straightens out in flight. more...