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Special cage helps wounded raptors, other birds regain ability to fly

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.

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