Owl untangled from unwise situation

A state wildlife officer in Fremont County, Colo. was able to free an owl stuck in a barbed wire fence and bring it to a rehab center. (Fremont County Sheriff's Office)

An owl in Colorado found itself in an unwise situation - entangled and helpless in a barbed wire fence.

Luckily for the owl, someone called the local sheriff's office in Fremont County in time and they notified state wildlife officials.


A Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer was able to free the owl's wings from the barbs.

The rescued bird got to ride in the officer's front seat on the way to a local rehab center.
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