Adopt Bubba the Great Horned Owl
Bubba was brought to Wildlife Rescue in 2009 with a fractured right wing. He was rehabilitated by Wildlife Rescue and was set to be released back into the wild. Unfortunately, there must have been undetected nerve damage that was causing pain to the wing, and before Bubba could be released he self-amputated his wingtip at the wrist joint. He was transferred to Hawks Aloft in February 2010 to live out his life as an education bird. He is named Bubba after the Great Horned Owl’s scientific name: Bubo virginianus.