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Date:7/28/2014 12:15:52 PM
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Hi Marley!
Wow, it sounds like you had an eggsciting holiday with so much going on! All the storms have been really something up there. We live in Mexico so we are missing the storms. We did have some rain here today which we haven't had in months - it is the dry season here now.
Yesterday the police brought us an injured Great Horned Owl. This is the update on what we have done for this amazing bird:
Well, the latest on the owl! My parronts took him to the wild life vet this morning (that's our bird vet) and she gave him a good exam and declared that he had a broken wing. But before she could set it, she wanted to be sure where it was broken, etc. so my parronts left him there for xrays. Now here, she has to sneak him into the human health clinic in the village and bribe the xray tech to do the xrays! It turned out his wing was broken in 6 places so our vet amputated his wing. She said there was nothing else she could do. He is recuperating fine already and happily eating live mice. She has a lot of live mice since she breeds snakes for sale. So the owl is staying with her at least until Monday when my parronts will go visit him there. She will call the equivalent to US Fish and Wildlife on Monday to see what they want to do about him. He can't go back to the wild and since he's protected, he will most likely go to someone that has a permit to keep owls that are injured, like a sanctuary here or he'll go to the zoo. Mom is hoping for the private sanctuary as he'll be better treated than at the zoo probably. This has all been very interesting and my parronts suddenly know a lot about owls that was unexpected. They really have enjoyed holding him and petting him and feeding him - such an honor with such a magnificent creature!
The owl is the most eggsciting thing to happen to us over the holidays. We did have a nice holiday time but our parronts were busy socializing and we felt a little neglected. Now that things have settled down again, they are home more and we're getting lots of attention and out door time!
Big hugs!
Picabo & flock
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