$20M master plan aims to enhance animal, visitor services at Willowbrook Wildlife Center
GLEN ELLYN – When an injured animal is brought to the Willowbrook Wildlife Center, staff get to work.
This time, it's a young red-tailed hawk that couldn't stay perched in a tree, flying to sit on the ground multiple times instead.
Veterinary interns Maddie Shaw and Billie Salyers begin the examination, checking for broken bones or other noticeable injuries. When nothing can be found, they start the standard treatment for animals whose condition isn't easy to identify: three days of pain medication, followed by a re-examination.
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