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Barred owl caught in fishing line

By Sarvey Wildlife / Monday, June 6, 2016 /
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This poor owl was found dangling from a power line entangled in fishing debris. Some people in Snohomish discovered this owl hanging from the power line. They cut the fishing line and the owl dropped into the water below.

It was exhausted and had been struggling to free itself. As you can see from the x-ray - there was a hook thru the patagium. The radius is fractured and swollen. We are doing everything we can to help, but time will tell if the wing heals properly. Status - sadly, the wing was not able to heal properly due to extensive damage and the owl had to be euthanized.

 

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