Primo continues to rest and recuperate within a retrofitted stall which
affords him more room to move around (exercise, explore, fly, flap, land,
etc.) than a "standard" raptor mew. He is eating well.
Although JoAnn is purposefully keeping her distance, Primo remains under
evaluation so as to note progress and, of course, any abnormalities. JoAnn
mentioned that we all like to see results quickly, but what is now required
is time to study and evaluate Primo's condition.
At an unspecified time in the future, JoAnn intends to have Primo's wing
x-rayed again to insure that "all is well".
JoAnn will soon begin to investigate the suitability and availability of a
much larger enclosure (100-150 foot long flight cage) in which Primo could
be closely observed to determine if the rest and recuperation that he now
enjoys results in the ability to get up in the air and/or gain the lift
needed to be a flyer.