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Ways to Support Flight Path through Planned Giving How to Begin: Make a plan based on your stage in life, your available resources and the needs of your family. Flight Path wants to make sure that we are there for you as you decide the best way to show your support.
Doctors do a spinal tap to get a sample of cerebrospinal fluid (the fluid that surrounds the spinal cord).
You may be asked to sit and lean over or to lie on your side.
Before the spinal needle is inserted, the skin will be cleansed with an antiseptic and numbed with lidocaine. A spinal tap has more risks associated with it than most other tests.
It typically does not contain red blood cells or many white blood cells.
Signs of problems include evidence of bleeding, an increase in white blood cells (infection fighting cells), an increase in protein levels, or inflammation.
This could mean there is an infection, tumor, or hemorrhage around the brain or spinal cord.
Bird walks – DAILY AM–Explore the refuge to find over 400 species of birds singing, eating, and flying around. Catch a glimpse of our newly hatched Great Horned Owl chicks on Cattail Lakes. Butterfly walks – Wednesdays 10 AM—With over 260 species of butterflies, enjoy the natural beauty these insects provide for our refuge. SPECIAL REQUEST PROGRAMS: Santa Ana, Laguna Atascosa and Lower Rio Grande Valley NWRs offer special request programs for your school group, scout group, club, RV Park, etc.
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge will also be hosting special tours and walks this month. Come visit us for a special tour or have us come to your school or club as a guest speaker.