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Sherry Teas gives a Red Tail Hawk a final check before setting it free into the wild.
Timothy Youngblood, a Volkswagen employee, holds a Heron.
Sherry Teas, a licensed rehabber from Happinest Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, fed a Common Nighthawk on his release day. He was given a final feeding before being released at dusk to join a flock.
A volunteer placed a Common Nighthawk in a tree so it would be ready to fly at dusk with other birds.
Injured wildlife are rescued, brought back to health, and released back into the wild.
One of the 167 species of birds known onsite.
Volunteers from Happinest Wildlife Rehabilitation & Rescue, Inc. assist with rescuing birds from the areas around the Volkswagen plant.