An Owl Named Flaco Escaped From A Zoo And Has Successfully Been Living On His Own In Central Park Ever Since

“Birders have been out in force, and there are a lot of eyes on Flaco,” they continued. “We are confident that we will be able to track his movements as he continues to explore and expand his range.”

“We thank everyone who is pulling for the eagle owl’s safe recovery and understand the importance of good birding etiquette while observing and photographing him.”

One of the things that the zoo wants to remind people of is that this situation happened because someone purposely vandalized Flaco’s caged and put his safety at risk. The NYPD is still investigating the incident as well.

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