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A tale of two owls

Kari Marks, Manager of Wild ARC checks on a barred owl recovering at Wild ARC after being hit by a car. Two of these owls suffered injuries in December, one was released into the wild the other had to be put down because of its injuries. - Charla Huber/News staff
Kari Marks, Manager of Wild ARC checks on a barred owl recovering at Wild ARC after being hit by a car. Two of these owls suffered injuries in December, one was released into the wild the other had to be put down because of its injuries.
— image credit: Charla Huber/News staff

A tale of two owls

 

Kari Marks, Manager of Wild ARC checks on a barred owl recovering at Wild ARC after being hit by a car. Two of these owls suffered injuries in December, one was released into the wild the other had to be put down because of its injuries.

 

 

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