Raptor releases part of a man’s promise to his late wife

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A red-tailed hawk flies free after being hit by a car in Clemson, South Carolina. “Coming here today and seeing an animal that you rescued that had little chance of survival and you are able to make a difference in its life is very, very rewarding,” said John Harper, Technical Support at Two Hearts Wildlife. The bird of prey spent several days recovering from a traumatic brain injury in a special enclosure before being released Saturday at Grant Meadow Overlook in Pickens County, South Carolina. The release meant a lot to John Sargent, owner of Two Hearts Wildlife Rehab. His late wife, Angela, led him into saving animals decades ago. Her heart – half of Two Hearts Wildlife Rehab – still beats for her. “Someone has to help the birds. There’s only a couple…three…in the upper half of the state that host birds of prey. And they kind of have my heart – I love working with them,” Sargent said. “(My) wife passed away just over two years ago – and that’s something she would have loved. She wished she was out on a day like today to let a baby loose.” CLICK HERE to learn more about and support Two Hearts Animal Rehab.

A red-tailed hawk flies free after being hit by a car in Clemson, South Carolina.

“Coming here today and seeing an animal that you rescued that had little chance of survival and you are able to make a difference in its life is very, very rewarding,” said John Harper, Technical Support at Two Hearts Wildlife. Detox.

The bird of prey spent several days recovering from a traumatic brain injury in a special enclosure before being released Saturday at Grant Meadow Overlook in Pickens County, South Carolina.

The release meant a lot to John Sargent, owner of Two Hearts Wildlife Rehab. His late wife, Angela, led him into saving animals decades ago.

Her heart – half of Two Hearts Wildlife Rehab – still beats for her.

“Someone has to help the birds. There’s only a couple…three…in the upper half of the state that host birds of prey. And they kind of have my heart – I love working with them,” Sargent said. “(My) wife passed away just over two years ago – and that’s something she would have loved. She would have liked to be outside on a day like today to let a baby loose.”

CLICK HERE to learn more about and support Two Hearts Animal Rehab.

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