In the wild, you’ll find these majestic hawks perched at the top of telephone poles and extra-tall trees. Red-tailed hawks like Fire and Rufous love to eat mice and snakes.
Fire became habituated to humans, which left her too vulnerable to thrive in the wild. Rufous collided with something when he was just a year old. The accident resulted in an injured left wing, leaving Rufous unable to survive in the wild.
It will be a “red letter day” when you adopt Fire or Rufous!
Adopt Our Red-tailed Hawks!Lindsay Wildlife Experience's Adopt an Animal program lets you symbolically adopt your favorite species and at the same time support our important work of connecting people with wildlife to inspire respect and responsibility for the world we share.