Cristina examined the goose after he was brought in to WAF's hospital. Though the goose is in stable condition, it's unclear if he will be able to fly again. "We took those X-rays, and the fracture's just horrendous, no way we're gonna be able to do any surgery on it," says Cristina. "We'll put a splint on it, hope it heals and forms a callus, and maybe there's a chance we can get him back to the wild."
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