Arrived here in 2009. She suffered from a right wing injury in Medford. She flew in front of a moving vehicle and became stuck in the car’s grill. She suffers from a compound wing fracture. It was determined that her flight would be too weak to be safely returned to the wild. She is very shy and tends to perch in the back of her enclosure above the door or inside her box.
Hatched in 2010 and arrived in early 2011. She was found on the ground in Wrightstown, NJ with an injury to her left wing. It was likely caused by a vehicle collision. She was diagnosed with a compound wing fracture and has impaired flight. She is named for Artemis, the Greek goddess of the hunt, the wilderness, and wild animals.
He hatched and arrived in 2014. Found in someone’s backyard, he was believed to have a flight injury. After closer examination, he was found to be human raised or “imprinted” and not injured at all. Due to his high level of imprinting, he is unreleasable due to his inability to survive on his own. He is currently training to be used for our Education Team. His excitability and curiosity should prove him to be a great member in the near future! His name comes from the Greek god of music, art, and poetry who held the vulture as a sacred animal.
Arrived in 1997 as an immature bird with a leg and wing injury. She became unintentionally imprinted during her time in the rehab hospital. She has limited use of her wing. She usually moves to visitors when they approach the enclosure and is very interested in humans.
Hekyll & Jekyll
These vultures have been at Cedar Run since about 1990. Much of their medical history is unknown. They are both missing toes. They are often seen perched with their wings spread on a warm day.
She arrived to Cedar Run in November of 2018 after being found unable to fly in Atlantic County. Unfortunately, it was discovered that a fracture in her wing had already healed improperly rendering her unable to fly. She is housed with Socrates, the Turkey Vulture, and can often be seen jumping up onto her perch excited to see visitors.