These three young red shouldered hawks lost their home when their tree was felled without first checking for a nest. Two of the young hawks were fine, and we were able to release them once they were old enough. However, one of them (at right), had nerve damage from the fall, and couldn't raise his head on his own, and had to be propped up with a rolled blanket. His injuries became more apparent when we tried putting him outside with the other red-shoulders in our nursery, hoping the larger space would get him moving around. He was unable to use his legs properly, and could only get around by "swimming" with his wings.