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Above, Rough-legged Hawk © 2011 Paige Calamari, used with permission from Central Michigan Life.
This rough-legged hawk was released following rehabilitation at WRA. Note the feathers all the way to the toes. "Peaches" was so named for her peach colored underside.

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Wildlife Recovery Association is dedicated to promoting the understanding, appreciation and protection of wild raptors and their connection with nature.

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Please direct questions about programs or wildlife to (989) 772-1538.

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Wildlife Recovery Association
531 S. Coleman Rd
Shepherd, MI 48883

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