Young snowy owl lands at Wild Skies raptor rehab program
December 8, 2022
By Jean Pocha
A young snowy owl is in rehabilitation and will be spending the winter at Wild Skies Raptor Center in Potomac. The injured owlet was discovered September in a field near Utqiagviv (Barrow), Alaska, unable to fly. The owlet is the youngest of six chicks in a nest that Owl Research Institute (ORI) monitored in the summer of 2022. ORI in Charlo, Mont., has been monitoring Snowy Owl activity in Alaska since 1992, and Wild Skies Raptor Center has been rehabilitating raptors since 2010.
ORI arranged transport for the owlet to the Alaska Raptor Center to evaluate her injuries. X-ray...
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