Injured eagles, hawks, owls, ducks, pigeons and crows have regained their ability to fly in Invermere Veterinary Hospital's 40,000-cubic-foot flight cage built by volunteers and funded by donors. A juvenile elk and a young cougar were also rehabilitated using the cage, and visitors to the Canadian hospital can see what it's like inside during an upcoming open house.
Special cage helps wounded raptors, other birds regain ability to fly
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