For 120 years, the University of Minnesota has been providing veterinary care to the region’s animals. Small Animal Hospital cares for Minnesota’s dogs, cats, and other companion animals; its Equine Center heals horses; its Large Animal Hospital most often treats farm animals, but occasionally, as you’ll see in the following slideshow, even zoo and wild animals. TRC, as you all know, is one of the world’s most prestigious centers for the study and care of everything from the majestic bald eagle to the fastest animal on earth, the peregrine falcon.
You will recognize Harmon in the first photo in this post, and a peregrine falcon and chick in the second. As we've posted before, TRC coordinates banding activities for this species in13 Midwestern states each season.
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