Injured Screech Owl Recuperates at Wild Care
A red morph Eastern screech owl survived being struck by a car windshield Saturday night and is in stable condition, according to Kate Diggs, a wildlife rehabilitator at Wild Care Cape Cod. The owl was brought to Wild Care Cape Cod, a wildlife rehabilitation center in Eastham, at around 9:30 a.m.
Correction to article: “A red morph” (not phase)…
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