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Owl Eyes

close up of great horned owl

Martha the Great Horned Owl

This is Martha, a Great Horned Owl rescued by the Wildlife Center at the Animal Rescue League. She’d apparently had one of her wings hit by a car as she was scavenging road kill, and the wing had begun to heal by the time she was rescued. A bird’s bones can’t be rebroken and set, so they just had to let it heal on its own, though the bone was twisted. She can’t fly so she can’t be released, but she’s a fairly willing demonstration owl for the Wildlife Center.

One response

  1. Aw, too bad. But at least she is OK. Great shot!

    August 30, 2010 at 5:50 pm

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