Update on Pale Male's fledglings - July 31st, 2012

Recent post from Cathy Horvath of WINORR (Wildlife in Need of Rescue and Rehabilitation):

"Some folks have been inquiring about Pale Male's fledglings we are currently treating for poisoning. The first one that came in on Sunday has shown much improvement . It has been acting and appearing normal , self feeding aggressively and has become more active each day. We will redo bloodwork after this weekend to check all the levels and make a decision. The second has not recovered nearly as well as its sibling yet . It still appears lethargic at times , eyes closed during the day and head tucked under its wings . It still gets cut up meals twice a day with its medication as it doesn't eat with gusto like we would like to see . It was out there about 5 days longer than its sibling without medication to reverse the effects so has some catching up to do. We will report any changes here as soon as we have anything to report. Thank you all for the support we have received from various contacts we know and many we did not before this time concerned about these yougsters and the rest of our wildlife community as well ."

Source: http://www.facebook.com/pages/WINORR-Wildlife-In-Need-of-Rescue-and-Rehabilitation/113685721999067?ref=stream