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Call us at 1-770-720-1847 to discuss hawk rescue.Β  We care for raptors (birds of prey) that cannot be released back to the wild.

We also rehabilitate hawks, owls, eagles, kites, falcons and ospreys.

We need Mouse Money!

You can also help out by visiting smile.amazon.com.Β  They will donate to us based on purchases that you make and it doesn’t cost you anything.

We are a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization located in North Georgia providing hawk rescue and care for other raptors (birds of prey) including owls, eagles, falcons and osprey.hawk rescue and owl rehabilitation

We operate our facility based on donations from caring people who, for one reason or another, aren’t in the position to be rehabbers themselves, but are interested in and dedicated to the preservation and protection of raptors.

We also do off site programs for schools, nature centers, scouts, birthday parties, public displays, etc.Β  This is done on a fee basis. Please call for details!

Hacking for hawk rescue or owl rehabilitation.

Hacking is an old falconry technique that is literally, thousands of years old. Hacking (AKA soft release) is how we re-introduced the Golden Eagle back to the Cumberland Plateau in northwest Georgia, the American Bald eagle to the Lake Allatoona area north of Atlanta and the Peregrine Falcon in downtown Atlanta.Β  We can help you with this procedure or provide it as a service.
For more information, see our blog post on Hacking Orphaned Hawks and Owls.

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4 days ago
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August edition of Georgia Magazine.As the article correctly states - we receive no state or federal funding and rely on donations to help the injured and orphaned raptors.If you would care to help us, please go to our official charity page www.hawktalk.org and click on the PayPal button to be taken to a safe and secure screen. Please consider a monthly contribution, no matter how small, it all adds up.If you are hinky about electronic donating, you can snail mail a check to:HawkTalk, Inc.Monteen McCord P.O. Box 130Holly Springs, GA30142Tax ID 58-2099672Thank you!!! ... See MoreSee Less

August edition of Georgia Magazine.

As the article correctly states - we receive no state or federal funding and rely on donations to help the injured and orphaned raptors.

If you would care to help us, please go to our official charity page www.hawktalk.org and click on the PayPal button to be taken to a safe and secure screen. Please consider a monthly contribution, no matter how small, it all adds up.

If you are hinky about electronic donating, you can snail mail a check to:
HawkTalk, Inc.
Monteen   McCord 
P.O. Box 130
Holly Springs, GA
30142
Tax ID 58-2099672

Thank you!!!

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Here is their web site. They may have locations... www.georgiamagazine.org/

Fabulous!! Congrats!! I have to get a copy ASAP. Do you know where they have them by chance? Monteen McCord

Congratulations! Need a copy!

Great article. You do great things!

We support you with Amazon Smile

Great job

Wow. GreatπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Way to go Montine...!!!πŸ‘

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2 weeks ago
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Baby's looking great! ... See MoreSee Less

Babys looking great!

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Beautiful!

Gorgeous feathers!

Love her!

Beautiful bird!!!

2 weeks ago
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Update in the young hawk. ... See MoreSee Less

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I love this! Our Little Hawk came back like that for a few visits (I cherished those moments so much!).

Ur awesome lady thank u for all u do for this beautiful creatures

So beautiful !

3 weeks ago
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This is Mima's Eagle over in England. If you ever hear that I have run away from home, look for me at her place. πŸ™‚Situated right above the base of the tail, the uropygial gland secretes a hormone called ergosterol. It's smeared on the feathers by using the beak for their bodies and dabbing some on their shoulders to 'wax' their head. It conditions and helps to waterproof the feathers. When they spread their wings out like this, they are utilizing the UV rays of the sun to convert the ergosterol into Vitamin D, which supports their immune system. ... See MoreSee Less

This is Mimas Eagle over in England. If you ever hear that I have run away from home, look for me at her place. :)

Situated right above the base of the tail, the uropygial gland secretes a hormone called ergosterol. Its smeared on the feathers by using the beak for their bodies and dabbing some on their shoulders to wax their head. It conditions and helps to waterproof the feathers. 

When they spread their wings out like this, they are utilizing the UV rays of the sun to convert the ergosterol into Vitamin D, which supports their immune system.

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What kind of eagle is this?

Beautiful bird!

3 weeks ago
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Another one!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Another one!!!!!

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You can do it. You are following your heart.

U got this good luck dear

4 weeks ago
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Fear the fuzzy! ... See MoreSee Less

Fear the fuzzy!

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New baby? Good to see some fight in him!

"I am the big bird now"

Growing fast!

4 weeks ago
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4 weeks ago
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One of the few gunshots that have been releasable...www.facebook.com/monteenmccord/videos/10157893089506501 ... See MoreSee Less

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