She asked if they could rehab the owl, and they shared the incredible story on their Facebook page.
“Yesterday morning, I received a phone call from someone who asked if we take in owls for rehabilitation,” the Ravensbeard Wildlife Center wrote on Facebook.
“I replied, “yes, we do,” there was silence for a moment, and she said, “OK, I’ll call back when my husband comes home; he’s got the baby owl in a box tucked in for the long ride.” I asked where her husband was when he found the owl.”
Facebook; pictured above is a close-up of the owl
“She said he works for the company that transports and secures the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center.”
Ravensbeard Wildlife Center agreed to help the owl, and they drove to meet the man and his wife. Once the owl was in their hands, they realized it was a Saw-whet owl, which is the tiniest of all the owls seen in the Northeast.
The tiny owl was given the fitting name of Rockefeller, and you can donate to Ravensbeard so they can continue their amazing work here!
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