Bald Eagle in Southern New Mexico Rescued by Mescalero Conservation Department


Pretty cool find on Facebook today-

Mescalero Department of Conservation Officer Martinez found him in a field last night unable to fly and just not feeling well. He will be taken to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Carlsbad this morning with the assistance of the New Mexico Game and Fish Department. Get well!

More about the wildlife rescue organization he was taken to:

Desert Willow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is located in Carlsbad New Mexico. They accept all species of native wildlife for care at their facility.
“Desert Willow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center offers care to all native wildlife. We are able to receive animals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week thanks to the emergency staff of Desert Willow Veterinary Services. We also work with the city and county Animal Control officers as well as the local NM Department of Game and Fish officers to receive wildlife. If you find a wild animal in need of care outside of our office hours, please call the emergency phone at 575-200-9399.”